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April 7th, 2005
Trees in Wisconsin and around the nation might one day be the raw materials for everything from car bodies to wiring, a new report on forest industries found.
The report argues that the wood and paper industries - key but stagnant parts of the state and national economy - might be rejuvenated by nanotechnology, the science of the very small.
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