COLUMBUS, Ohio – Five new awards totaling $8 million from the will help Ohio State University take the lead in tomorrow’s materials technology. The Regents are providing the awards through the 2003 Hayes Investment Fund Program , enabling the university to lead five research consortia. Partners in the consortia will include other Ohio research institutions and industries. Of the nearly $11 million in Hayes funds awarded this year, Ohio State-led consortia have won the majority. The Hayes Investment Fund Program provides support for major equipment purchases and facilities to enhance the research infrastructure of Ohio's universities and to foster collaboration among them. Though each consortium will address different areas of industry -- including electronics, energy, automotive, aerospace and biomedical technology -- all five focus on laboratory
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