10/25/2013 9:27:21 AM

Times Union: Public can peek inside FabX

Residents across upstate will get their first chance next month to look inside the expansion of the SUNY College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering.

As part of its annual "Nanovember" educational outreach program, the NanoCollege is opening up the doors of NanoFabX to the public, as well as sites it is developing in the Utica and Rochester areas.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been aggressively pushing the expansion of the NanoCollege and its innovative business model that has attracted $17 billion in investment from the semiconductor industry.

In addition to sites at the SUNY Institute of Technology in the Utica suburb of Marcy, a micro-electronics fabrication facility in Canandaigua and a solar energy lab it is renovating in Rochester, the NanoCollege also plans to build facilities in Syracuse and Buffalo.

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