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February 4th, 2005

New York's Big Hopes for Nano

Abstract:
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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