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February 1st, 2005

Larta President Appointed to Blue-Ribbon Nanotech Taskforce

Abstract:
Larta Institute President Victor Hwang was chosen by U.S. Representative Mike Honda and California State Controller Steve Westly for the Blue Ribbon Task Force on Nanotechnology (BRTFN), a joint federal-state venture to benefit Silicon Valley and promote California as the national and worldwide center for research, development, and commercialization of the nanotechnology industry.

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