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The Chicago Tribune featured an article dated May 21, 2005 regarding the future of nanotechnology research entitled "Nanoparticles might cause megaproblems."

An article dated May 19, 2005 entitled "Flexible tactile sensors could help robots work better" is featured by the UIUC News Bureau highlighting recent research by Chang Liu.

The May 16, 2005 edition of the News-Gazette featured an article on the current construction being done at the Micro and Nanotechnology Laboratory. "Laboratory expansion underway"

An article entitled "New material structure produces world's fastest transistor" is featured by the UIUC News Bureau highlighting recent research by Milton Feng.

The UIUC News Bureau announced on August 24, 2004 that Nick Holonyak, Jr. has been selected as the 2004 recipient of the Von Hippel Award from the Materials Research Society.

An article entitled DARPA funds new photonic research center at Illinois is featured by the UIUC News Bureau announcing that the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has received a grant from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to create a photonic research center to develop ultra-fast light sources for high-speed signal processing and optical communications systems.

The UIUC News Bureau announced on April 21, 2004 that Nick Holonyak, Jr. has received the Lemelson-MIT Prize "Illinois professor to receive $500,000 Lemelson-MIT Prize".

An article dated February 10, 2004 entitled "Etching holes in vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers creates better beam" is featured by the UIUC News Bureau highlighting recent research by Kent Choquette.

The January 27, 2004 edition of the News-Gazette featured an article on the upcoming addition of the Micro and Nanotechnology Laboratory. "Nanotechnology laboratory at UI to get more room"

An article entitled "New light-emitting transistor could revolutionize electronics industry" is featured by the UIUC News Bureau highlighting recent research by Professors Nick Holonyak, Jr. and Milton Feng.

"Illinois researchers create world's fastest transistor ... again". The UIUC News Bureau featured this article on research developments by Milton Feng on November 6, 2003.

The Daily Illini reported on the Governor's visit to campus on Friday, October 10, 2003 to announced the release $18 million in state capital dollars for expansion and remodeling of the Micro and Nanotechnology Laboratory.

An article entitled "Smart bricks could monitor buildings, save lives" is featured by the UIUC News Bureau highlighting recent research by Professor Chang Liu .

The UIUC News Bureau announced on April 25, 2003 that Nick Holonyak, Jr. had received the Global Energy Prize from Russa "Illinois professor to receive global energy prize".

"Fastest transistor made at UI" appeared in the January 24, 2003 issue of the Champaign-Urbana News Gazette highlighting recent research of Professor Milton Feng.

The January 19, 2003 edition of the News-Gazette featured an article on Nick Holonyak, Jr.'s research entitled "Dimmers to LEDs, UI prof's handiwork is all around us".

Crain's Chicago Business On-line featured an article on the funding of several buildings on the UIUC campus " State gives U of I $123M for new tech buildings".

The October 8, 2002 edition of the News-Gazette featured an article regarding the funding of buildings on campus "Governor bears funds before big game".

The May 2002 edition of ECE Ingenuity featured an article on the new Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology "Nanotechnology center: From atoms to systems"

An article entitled "Low-voltage MEMS switch developed for high-speed electronics" is featured on the ECE web site highlighting research by Professor Milton Feng.

In February 2002, the Microelectronics Laboratory was renamed the Micro and Nanotechnology Laboratory.

'Lab on a chip' offers early-warning possibilities appeared in December 23, 2001 issue of the Champaign-Urbana News Gazette focusing on the research of Micro and Nanotechnology Laboratory Assistant Professor Chang Liu.

The March 2001 edition of ECE Ingenuity highlighted the future plans for the Micro and Nanotechnology Laboratory. "Microelectronics Lab broadens its research mission while awaiting new addition to building

"Microelectronics and Coordinated Science Labs build on strengths" appeared in the Winter 2000/01 issue of ECE-Illinois.