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February 4th, 2005
New York's Big Hopes for Nano
The turf war is raging. Governors, university presidents, and technologists are in the fray, all eager to turn their home territories into the U.S. nanoelectronics capital. You don't need a scorecard for the two biggest players. Silicon Valley is a natural, boasting king of chips Intel (INTC), Stanford University, and the world's most vigorous venture-capital industry.
And let's not forget Texas. It has a high-tech hub in Austin, strong research facilities, thanks to the University of Texas and Rice University -- and a Texan in the White House. And then there's Albany.
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