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July 14th, 2006
The Next Big Threat to Silicon Valley?
New York State’s College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering graduated its first nanoscience engineers this year as part of an evolving curriculum of multidisciplinary degrees ranging from nanoeconomics to nanoengineering. But unlike at most schools, where students work with older generation cast-off equipment donated by companies, the students at the Albany NanoTech Center are working with billions of dollars of new equipment, some of it still in the alpha or beta testing stages.
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