Four Mississippi universities receive $20-million

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Four Mississippi universities will share a $20 million federal science grant.

The National Science Foundation awarded the money over the next five years for researchers to study electronic devices which create, detect and control light.
  
Mississippi State University will administer the grant, while the University of Southern Mississippi will lead the science work. Jackson State University and the University of Mississippi will also be part of the group.
  
The foundation’s goal is to foster academic environments for research in science.
  
 

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