Washington (CNN) – On the heels of disappointing jobs numbers, the White House says President Barack Obama will travel Tuesday to Albany, New York, where he'll deliver remarks on the economy.
The president is scheduled to visit the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering’s (CNSE) NanoTech Complex, according to a senior administration official.
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The official describes the facility as a "research, development, prototyping and educational facility."
It's essentially an incubation hub for corporate partners such as IBM, Intel, GlobalFoundries and Applied Materials.
The event was originally planned to be held at GlobalFoundries in Malta, New York, but the official said due to "logistical reasons" plans changed.