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October 21st, 2003
PSU creates materials science degree program
To support the region's metal and semiconductor production industries, the Oregon State Board of Higher Education has approved a new master's degree in materials science and engineering at Portland State University. "Materials science and engineering has been and remains a driver for Oregon's economy, and will continue to be important to Oregon and regional business in not only the advancement of established industries, but to new industries like nanotechnology and bioscience," said Matthew Carter, president of the Oregon Metals Initiative's board of directors."
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