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August 9th, 2004
How big a role for Corvallis?
Last month's Micro Nano Breakthrough Conference in Portland was a coming-out party of sorts for ONAMI, the fledgling public-private research center that opened on Hewlett-Packard's local campus in May. But will any of that luster rub off on Corvallis, bolstering the local economy with high-paying tech jobs? That question drew mixed responses last week. (more on earlier article)
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