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April 25th, 2004

MnSCU takes guesswork out of assessing labor supply and demand

A little over a year ago, officials at Dakota County Technical College decided to bring together Minnesota manufacturers for a discussion of nanotechnology. They expected at most 35, but more than double that arrived. Since that meeting, Dakota County Technical College has secured a $900,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, hired a nuclear physicist to develop curriculum and teamed up with the University of Minnesota for the use of a clean laboratory and its expensive atomic microscopes and other equipment.

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