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Editorial: Partners in nanotech

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Partnerships are all the rage today, a way to do more at a time when needs are high and resources are scarce. And as partnerships go, they don’t get any better than the one announced last week that will bring nanotechnology’s benefits, both current and future, to downtown Albany. As anyone who has driven past Fuller Road on I-90 recently knows, the UAlbany College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (nanoscience involves the use of very ...

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schdyres1
July 24, 2012
11:53 p.m.

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Will the courses, programs, and new campus be only for the inner city and minorities of Albany?

Since, as you noted, the NanoCollege has received generous state funding, it would seem that such students in Schenectady, Troy, and Rennselaer, whose taxpayers have also helped fund the NanoCollege, should also be included. They are close enough to be transported to Albany.

Could you (the Gazette), do more research and another article, examining this question?

Thank you.

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