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May 17th, 2004

Forum to focus on state's work force, economy

When Joe Hegge considers the future of Wisconsin's economy, he thinks small - real small. He thinks molecular. Hegge, who is vice president of education at Chippewa Valley Technical College, sees positive possibilities for nanotechnology - which deals with such things as electronic circuits and mechanical devices much smaller than a hair's width.

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