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Nanotechnology: The Next Great Wave of Innovation
Author            :NOVA      Contact The Author
Designation    :California
Company        :NOVA
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NOVA (North Valley Job Training Consortium) is a non-profit, federally funded employment and training agency dedicated to providing innovative, high-quality, customer-focused workforce development services. To accomplish this goal, NOVA works closely with local businesses, educators and job seekers to ensure that our programs provide opportunities that build the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to address the workforce needs of Silicon Valley. NOVA is a seven-city consortium consisting of the cities of Cupertino, Los Altos, Palo Alto,Milpitas, Mountain View, Santa Clara, and Sunnyvale, under the direction of the NOVA Workforce Board.

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