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April 18th, 2005
Despite ranking, Oregon nanotech vibrant
Oregon's much-touted efforts to develop a nanotechnology industry haven't won the state a high ranking in recent nanotech industry surveys.
But the state has some formidable strengths that industry observers say could help Oregon produce measurable economic results in the next 10 to 15 years.
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