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January 27th, 2005
State 16th in nanotech
Arizona ranks No. 16 among the states for their ability to develop economies through nanotechnology, according to a report released Wednesday.
An additional seven states, including Illinois, New York and Oregon, fell into the category of "nano-aspirants," or states that have high levels of nanotechnology activity but are weaker in technology development.
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