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April 22nd, 2004
Researchers Showcase Future For Louisiana Government
Researchers and students representing Louisiana’s nine-university Consortium for Micro-Nano Technologies for Advanced Physical, Chemical and Biological Sensors this week provided state lawmakers with an exciting glimpse into Louisiana’s technological and economic future. “Capitol Day,” hosted on April 20 in the Capitol Rotunda by the Board of Regents’ Experimental Program To Stimulate Competitive Research (Louisiana EPSCoR), featured displays and hands-on exhibits illustrative of the Consortium’s wide-ranging research into the virtually limitless possibilities of micro- and nano-technology.
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