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August 7th, 2003
Biotech, nanotech: New thrust areas for entrepreneurs
Biotechnology and nanotechnology will drive the next level of education and entrepreneurship, according to senior members of the Stanford University faculty. The university, instrumental in the success of Silicon Valley, has already spawned 1,400 companies, including Sun, Yahoo and Google.
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