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April 1st, 2004
Governor urges high-tech development
Gov. Ted Kulongoski urged some of the top business and technology leaders in Oregon to think small on Thursday - very, very small. It was no April Fool's joke. The governor was talking about nanotechnology, the science of working with materials and devices so tiny some of them cannot be seen with a standard microscope. Kulongoski has made nanotechnology development a top priority for the state, joining with Sen. Ron Wyden, a fellow Democrat, to push hard for federal funding and university support for companies trying to create new products based on the technology, which involves manipulation of individual atoms.
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