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November 25th, 2004
High tech technician program to start
The $388 billion spending bill that passed Congress Saturday contains $200,000 for the college to develop a nanoscience technician program.
The program has the support of North Dakota State University, where nanotechnology research on tiny radio transmitters helped to attract California-based Alien Technology Corp. to Fargo.
North Dakota State University
Alien Technology Corp.
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