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March 3rd, 2005
Ohio parley focuses on the tiny as path to big economic gains
First, there was high-sulfur coal. Then there were impossibly small, painfully small, fibers. Then, there will be Harley-Davidson gas tanks. And maybe tank armor.
That's a formula for economic development in one northwest Ohio community. The unlikely equation arose from a series of agreements that stretch from Cedarville near Dayton, to the University of Toledo, to the city of Lima. And it's all due to the science of the itty-bitty: nanoscience.
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