Marcy Nano - Look to the Future
Where and What is Marcy, NY?
Marcy, NY (view map) is a very small town in the center of New York State somewhere between Syracuse and Albany, the state capital. Marcy is in Oneida County and has a population of around 9000 residents and was established in 1832. The New York State thruway cuts through the town of Marcy making it very accessible to all New Yorkers. Bordering the town of Marcy is the campus of the State University of New York Institute of Technology at Utica/Rome (a.k.a. SUNY IT) a well established technology college that prepares, educates and delivers well trained students into the high tech workforce.
Nanotechnology is a somewhat new but upcoming frontier for modern science, technology, medicine and computing that involves working with materials at the molecular or atomic level. The "Nano" comes from the word Nanometre (or nanometer) which is one billionth of a meter to give you an idea of the size and scale of materials we are dealing with. The new inventive possibilities that this area of research can produce is almost limitless. From new semiconductors to super strong materials such as carbon nanotubes. From medical breakthroughs in cellular and molecular biology to new solar energy cells. The Sky is the limit with what can be discovered and invented.
Why this domain name?
Marcy may soon become one of the nation's hubs for nanotechnology sciences with the planned development of the Marcy NanoCenter at SUNYIT a potential $45 billion dollar research project. If you are a business that might be considering a future move to Marcy, this domain name may be right for you. To purchase it use the link below.