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June 28th, 2007

Nanotechnology looms big in school plans

Nanotechnology is so sophisticated it manipulates objects much thinner than soap bubbles.

No problem: Demian Singleton is sure his middle schoolers' brains are big enough to get involved with it.

The math and science supervisor just isn't sure how.

"That's what we're here to find out," Singleton, of the Guilderland school district, said this week during a tour of the University at Albany NanoTech complex.


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