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October 1st, 2003
NSTEP & NanoBusiness Alliance to Advance Nanotechnology Education
The NanoBusiness Alliance and The National Science & Technology Education Partnership (NSTEP) today announced they have formed a strategic relationship to advance nanotechnology youth education and expansion of the science and technology workforce pipeline. "The National Nanotechnology Initiative has identified grades K-12 as key to developing tomorrow's nanotech workforce," said Kathy Warye, president of NSTEP.
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