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December 20th, 2004

A Texas-Sized Economic Plan

Abstract:
The other half will go to the Emerging Technology Fund, which promises to boost research in the emerging nanotech and biotech spaces in addition to serving as a financial bridge to foster relationships between state colleges and private companies.

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