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July 30th, 2004

Oregon aims to get in on next small thing

Abstract:
After two days of papers, posters and presentations on the enormous potential of technology's tiniest frontier, the Micro Nano Breakthrough Conference came down to two very practical questions: Where will the money to fund this scientific revolution come from? And how can Oregon get a piece of the action?

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