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November 1st, 2004
Nano-Economics in Lowell, Mass.
This Lowell Sun story can be filed under nanotech as an engine of economic creation. It's just another example of one point I made to the Foresight Institute, a nanotech think tank, last week in my talk -- that legislators don't care if you're talking nanotech or knitting, as long as you can show that it could create jobs during their time in office.
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