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August 17th, 2010
Everything from the cell phone you use to the color of your car could be impacted by a new school in our area. Classes at the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering begin next Monday.
It's a joint partnership between North Carolina A&T University and UNC-Greensboro. Classes will eventually be held in a new building under construction on Lee Street in Greensboro starting in Jan. 2012.
While construction continues, students will be next door in what Dean Jim Ryan calls a "one room schoolhouse." The facility is also new, but all classes will be held in a conference room. There is also lab space.
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