Source Summary:Marcus Family Nanotechnology Research Building Ground-breaking Remarks
Torus Washington II
This source documents the speech of Wayne G. Clough, president of Georgia Institute of Technology, following the disclosure of the Marcus Family Nanotechnology Research Building Ground. The Nanotechnology building was a figure that marked Georgia Tech as an emerging leader in nanotechnology. The speech informs readers of interesting facts. The Nanotechnology building is the largest cleanroom in the south- a step towards leading and constructing nanotechnology research. The Nanotechnology Research Building is located within a bevy of buildings. It is directly across the street from the Biotechnology Complex and It is in the proximity of the new Klaus Advanced Computing Building, the Microelectronics Research Center, and the Howey Physics Building. The prime monetary contributors to the nanotechnology building included the Marcus Foundation, Woodruff Foundation, and The Harris Corporation.
Clough, Wayne G. (2006). Marcus Family Nanotechnology Research Building Ground-breaking Remarks. Retrieved 8 September 2010 from Georgia Institute of Technology: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/22208