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September 23rd, 2003
Nano seen as potential 'niche industry' for Philadelphia area
"Molecular Valley." It doesn't have quite the same ring as "City of Brotherly Love," but it, too, could someday conjure up an image of Philadelphia, nonetheless. At least that is the view of Thomas I. Braha of Wharton School entrepreneurial programs. He is cochairman of a panel that has been exploring how Philadelphia can strengthen its foothold in the chemical and petrochemical industries.
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