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October 27th, 2004
Tri-Corridor Funds Only Go To Life Sciences
As reported earlier, $26.5 million is available this fiscal year from the Michigan Technology Tri-Corridor to fund research, development and commercialization projects in life sciences.
... (which) may include technologies such as microsystems, MEMs, nanotechnology, and information technology ...
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