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July 18th, 2003
Siena, Evident Tech team on innovative nanotech curriculum
Siena College scientists and a local company are designing a course that may help bring the smallest sciences to small schools. The Loudonville college will collaborate with Troy's Evident Technologies Inc. to develop a cross-disciplinary nanotechnology curriculum for undergraduate students.
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