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March 13th, 2006

Tech board chief resigns

Abstract:
An independent corporation set up to boost the University at Albany's nanotechnology efforts is consolidating its ties to the school. Chairman Louis Tomson has stepped down from the board of not-for-profit NanoTech Resources and UAlbany's president, Kermit Hall, has been nominated to replace him.

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