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January 19th, 2004

New York cannot pause in push for technology sector

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At the opposite end of the country, people are talking about making Albuquerque the center of nanotechnology in the United States. The New Mexicans contend they have a great claim, since no other city boasts of having Department of Energy and National Science Foundation nanotechnology centers. The Albuquerque vision includes a $400 million nano-technology center being built by the Sandia National laboratories and plans to link Sandia with the Los Alamos National Laboratory and the University of New Mexico.

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