SUNY NanoCollege

Noted: in today's announcement that the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering is taking over the Children's Museum of Science and Technology (yes, that would be CNSE CMoST), the college is referred to as "SUNY College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering" (instead of UAlbany). The college says it will be putting $5 million into the museum.

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This sounds like good news - is it moving? It's hard to imagine them investing $5 million in the current location.

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