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May 19th, 2005
Governor Welcomes International Dendrimer Symposium to Michigan
The 4th International Dendrimer Symposium got underway this week with a welcome from Governor Jennifer M. Granholm, who hailed the event as another indication of Michigan's leadership in the growing nanotechnology industry.
"Leaders have gathered here from over a dozen nations to discuss the commercialization and application of this groundbreaking research," Granholm said. "New technologies are going to shape Michigan's 21st century economy and bring more good paying jobs to our state."
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