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June 9th, 2004

Wisconsin places high in nanotech

Abstract:
Speaking at the Bionanotechnology conference last week at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a man with a long view of the science and industry behind making really small stuff said Wisconsin is bursting with venture capital - but lackluster in innovation. Steve Crosby, editor of the nanotechnology magazine Small Times, has good reason to know: the magazine has worked with the National Nanotechnology Coordination Office to create a directory of nanotechology-related institutions in the country.

Source:
Wisconsin Technology Network

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