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Off the Northway: Uncertainty stymies event for students

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A three-day conference last year introduced maybe 40 students from the Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, Stillwater and Corinth high schools to their potential for nanotechnology careers. The kids learned about the computer-related manufacturing jobs coming to the region. Organizers say they left excited about potential careers. That’s good. One of the things they worry about at companies like GlobalFoundries is not having enough kids excited about working there. By all accounts, the program was a success. ...

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