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February 7th, 2004
SUN Tech students put their hands on the future
The SUN Area Career and Technology Center, New Berlin, is giving students a head start on their future and on the future of technology with their new nanofabrication education program. "It's the manufacturing of the future," said program instructor Lenny Schwartz, who has taught courses at ITT Technical Institute, among other institutions. "I can't believe we have it," said Schwartz of the nanofabrication equipment. "There are colleges that would love this."
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