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January 24th, 2004

Governor hits the perfect pitch

Abstract:
Sun Microsystems announced last week that it will move manufacturing of some of its products from Northern California to its plant in Hillsboro, resulting in 100 more jobs for Oregon. And Hewlett-Packard accelerated the signing of a pact with Oregon State University that formalizes the ongoing partnership between the computer company and the university. While New York's $200 million nanotech center at the University of Albany dwarfs Oregon's new National Center for Multiscale Materials and Devices nanotech research center, both Oregon and New York are aggressively going after federal funding for nanotech, and tech companies outside these states are taking notice.

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