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May 25th, 2004

Summit gives nanotech a nod

Academia, business and government joined hands Monday to try to put Colorado on the national nanotechnology map. At a "summit" here, university, industry and local leaders plus federal researchers began drafting plans to boost Colorado's fledgling nanotech industry. Their ultimate goal: Bankroll a world-class nanotech center in the state.

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