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August 27th, 2003

Nano in Colorado is catching up and fast

Abstract:
The Colorado Nanotechnology Initiative (CNTI) has taken serious strides in making Colorado a major player in nanotechology. After discovering that Colorado was one of two states of the top fifteen high-tech states in the US (RI the other) that did not have an organized initiative for nanotechnology (Small Times Magazine), the CNTI exploded on the scene to fill the vacuum.

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