Technology is hard to see, but college believes in it (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
A western Wisconsin community college is readying workers for an emerging industry that has big potential using materials 50,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair.
Chippewa Valley Technical College has enrolled its first eight students in a new, two-year technician program that will offer an associate's degree in nanoscience technology, which involves working with materials so small they can only be viewed under the most powerful microscopes.
The college also has plans to start an $11 million business incubator to work with young companies in nanotechnology and other high-tech fields. More here
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