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ROCHESTER, NY-Although Eastman Kodak may be in bankruptcy proceedings, a piece of its real estate is beginning a second life. The Cuomo administration said Wednesday that SUNY‘s College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering would revitalize a vacant Kodak cleanroom building here, transforming it into the CNSE Photovoltaic Manufacturing and Technology Development Facility for crystalline silicon photovoltaics, said to be the first facility of its kind. It’s part of a $100-million initiative to attract tech jobs to the greater Rochester area.

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