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July 31st, 2003
Schools, businesses can help Colorado's nanotech industry grow
By working together, schools and businesses could help Colorado play a bigger role in the development of nanotechnology, the founder of a new nanotechnology interest group said in Pueblo. "Colorado is in a tremendous position to take a new leadership role in nanotechnology but we have to do it together," said Glenn Rhoades of Denver, a former Lockheed Martin manager who three months ago helped start the Colorado Nanotechnology Initiative.
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