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October 27th, 2004

Winstead Attorneys Discuss Accelerating Nanobiotech Initiatives

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Creating jobs and industries with a new wave of technological discoveries. Converging nanotechnology with the bio-science, bio-medical and information technology assets in the Austin-San
Antonio region. These are the topics that Winstead Sechrest & Minick P.C. Austin attorneys Jerry Keys and Ross Garsson will examine during the 2004 InnoTech Austin - The Business & Information Technology Conference & Exposition.

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