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UTA chemists receive donation to develop strategies to limits shale gas industry's impact

(University of Texas at Arlington) Trammell S. Crow, who made Fair Park-based Earth Day Texas the largest celebration of its kind in the world, has donated $150,000 to support the ongoing research efforts of the Collaborative Laboratories for Environmental Analysis and Remediation or CLEAR lab at the University of Texas at Arlington.
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