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December 5th, 2007
Studying products that use nanotechnology and practicing photolithography - making microchips - were other classes the girls participated in.
The program works by "bringing girls in, especially underrepresented groups," said Mike Lesiecki, who is on the SEMI board.
"If they can see themselves in this world, it'll make a difference."
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