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     Could you send the message below out on the cryonics e-mailing list? 
     A friend of mine is in his final year of undergraduate physics  
(with a 4.0 GPA) and wants to know where the "hottest" places are for  
NT related physics work.  He is looking for a position as a graduate  
student, and is particularly interested in microfabrication technology  
(micro-scale gears, motors, etc.).
     Can anybody out there suggest any schools and/or who to contact? 
                                         --- Brian Wowk 

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