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January 25th, 2005
Making nanotech big in state
Called the Arizona Nanotechnology Cluster, the consortium consists of members from about 150 organizations, most of them small startup businesses, who gather monthly to network and hear industry experts speak on the latest developments.
The purpose is to encourage technical collaboration and promote the growth of the nanotech industry in the Valley and state, said Rajendran Nair, co-chairman of the Phoenix chapter of the group and chief executive of ComLSI, a Mesa-based designer of microchips used in nanotech processes.
Arizona Nanotechnology Cluster
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