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November 10th, 2003

Albany NanoTech, NanoQuebec to collaborate on research

Abstract:
The state university's Albany NanoTech and NanoQuebec, a consortium of five Canadian colleges, are expected to sign an agreement Wednesday to collaborate on nanotechnology research. The Plattsburgh-North Country Chamber of Commerce announced the deal Monday. The signing is expected to take place during the Quebec-New York Technology and Education Rendezvous scheduled for Nov. 12 in Montreal.

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