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April 27th, 2004

Michigan diversifies by beginning with small tech attraction

Abstract:
Old-line industrial states seeking to diversify their economic base would do well to follow Michigan's lead and start small. Sensicore Inc.'s lab-on-a-chip sensor falls into what some dub "small-tech," a sector that encompasses microtechnology and nanotechnology. And thanks in part to economic incentives from the state of Michigan, Sensicore has decided to stay in Ann Arbor as it moves to commercialize its technology and begins manufacturing devices to test and monitor water.

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