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August 8th, 2003

High Tech's Hatcheries

Abstract:
Resource-rich federal labs foster ingenuity, struggle with fledgling inventions. Itís been about a decade since M. Allen Northrup and Joseph Lichtenhan first set out to serve their country. But neither joined the armed forces. Their contributions were going to be in the form of technologies for the military. See also Resource-rich federal labs foster ingenuity.

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