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January 21st, 2004

New technology available at Centennial Campus

N.C. State can add another first to its long history of firsts. The Triangle National Lithography Center (TNLC), the first teaching nanotechnology center in the country, held a ribbon cutting ceremony yesterday on Centennial Campus. The center is a collaboration between NCSU, UNC-Chapel Hill and industry leaders, including Dupont. It will primarily focus on nanofabrication, which is the fabrication of very small items, such as computer chips. (Ed. Note: see our Academic Programs directory for 350 other programs)

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