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February 18th, 2005
Nine months after a splashy grand opening that drew 250 enthusiastic supporters, the Corvallis headquarters of the Oregon Nanoscience and Microtechnologies Institute remains more promise than reality.
Construction workers still outnumber researchers at the facility, housed in donated space in Building 11 of Hewlett-Packard's local campus, as the painstaking process of installing air ducts, reconfiguring water mains and upgrading the power supply grinds on.
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