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November 29th, 2009
There's a new kind of geek in town.
One who drives a Ferrari with the license plate "DR NANO" and a supercharged Range Rover with the license tag "NANOGEEK."
One who admits that he lived "a quarter of a mile from all the bars" when he was working on his Ph.D at the University of Illinois, but "didn't know they existed."
He's Alain Kaloyeros, and geek or not, he is one of the prime movers in bringing a nanotechnology center to SUNYIT.
The center promises to bring hundreds of jobs to the Mohawk Valley and raise SUNYIT's profile significantly.
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