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December 20th, 2007
In the near future, Allegany College of Maryland, in partnership with Penn State University, will offer a nanotechnology degree program.
"Students would complete three semesters here and one at Penn State," ACM President Don Alexander said at a recent meeting of the ACM Board of Trustees.
"It's the future of manufacturing," Bruce Exstrom, vice president of instruction at ACM, said of nanotechnology, which deals with manufacturing at the molecular level.
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