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April 3rd, 2004

Oregon boosts nanotechnology funding

Oregon Gov. Theodore Kulongoski said the state will boost nanotechnology research with $20 million in initial state funding to cover infrastructure costs at Oregon's Nanoscience and Microtechnologies Institute. Kulongoski laid out the state's four-year funding plan Thursday (April 1) at the Innotech 2004 conference here. The institute, also know as Onami is a building block for even greater potential to be the leader in nanotechnology," Kulongoski said. (more on earlier article)


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