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October 1, 1998

ENGLANDÆS CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY GETS $12.5M FROM MOORE

By CBR Staff Writer

The vice chancellor of Cambridge University, Professor Sir Alec Broers, announced yesterday that the university is to receive a donation of $12.5m from Gordon Moore, the co-founder of Intel and inventor of Moore’s Law, to build a new Physical Sciences and Technology Library. The library is part of a Center for Mathematical Sciences that the university began construction of in August, but does not yet have the funds to complete. Moore’s money is to be specially allocated to the library, which is expected to be ready by the summer of 2001.

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