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December 15th, 2004
Building a strong nanotech workforce
... there also is a growing concern that a shortage of a trained workforce could slow this booming industry. A number of centers and institutes are being created to meet the demand for research and training. Restructuring traditional curricula can be a major step toward providing trained professionals.
It is important to get the message through that nanotechnology is not a new and bizarre science but a systematic extension of well-accepted science and technology.
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