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SUNY College of Nanoscale and Science and Engineering
Alain Kaloyeros, PhD, (left) senior vice president and chief executive officer of the College of Nanoscale and Science and Engineering in Albany, speaks to the media, as Upstate Medical University President David R. Smith, looks on. Kaloyeros visited the Central New York Biotech Accelerator and Loguen’s Crossing site and discussed ways Upstate might attract businesses to that location under Start-Up New York, which provides tax incentives for businesses to partner with colleges and universities to create jobs. Kaloyeros’ work at the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering in Albany has enabled New York to become a global leader in nanotechnology.
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