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April 29th, 2005
Extremely small nano, nano
This year, North Dakota ranked No. 1 as the most cost-effective state to start a nanotechnology company, the March issue of nanotechnology industry magazine Small Times reported.
Greg McCarthy is director of NDSU's Center for Nanoscale Science and Engineering and that school's associate vice president for Interdisciplinary Research. He attributes North Dakota's significant reach in Small Times to "the cost of manufacturing and high productivity, the quality of workers in the state, the cost of construction and the amount needed to buy a house compared to other parts of the country."
NDSU Center for Nanoscale Science and Engineering
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