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May 26th, 2005
Crews have begun building a 30,000-square-foot clean room at the Albany NanoTech complex, which will be the centerpiece of the research hub's collaboration with IBM Corp.
Work started last week on the $338 million Center for Semiconductor Research, which should be ready to receive equipment by November.
Albany NanoTech will spend $135 million on the project, while IBM will provide $183 million.
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