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July 20th, 2007
Region's profile rises at Semicon
More than 100 people representing 28 entities traveled to the conference from here and across the state. They operated a massive group of booths under the NY Loves Nanotech name from Tuesday to Thursday.
"Certainly, AMD, people are talking about that," Steve Janack, a spokesman with the University at Albany's College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering said Thursday. "But International Sematech has been on people's minds, and Vistec, as well."
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