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April 8th, 2007
The University at Albany's College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering likes to point out that Small Times magazine has ranked it No. 1 nanotechnology college program in the United States.
But the NanoCollege, which is at the Albany NanoTech complex on Fuller Road, probably isn't happy with the March/April issue of Small Times, which ranks micro and nanotechnlogy work forces by state. Of course the NanoCollege is educating New York's nanotech workers of the future, so it has an interest in the ranking.
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