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May 13th, 2003
Reading, PA., community college launches students into nanoscience
Making products on the atomic level sounds like the futuristic stuff of Hollywood sci-fi, but it could soon be just another day on the job for students who graduate from Reading Area Community College's nanoscience program. The first three students to complete the community-college phase of the nanoscience program will head to a high-tech nanofabrication laboratory at Penn State, University Park.
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