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June 17th, 2005
Changing mindsets is key to success
The Washington Technology Center's (WTC) Microfabrication Laboratory is celebrating its tenth anniversary. Like any entrepreneurial venture, we experienced successes and challenges in achieving this milestone. It's how we faced those challenges and leveraged our successes over the last decade that has led this public laboratory to become a regional center for research and innovation.
The Washington Nanotechnology Initiative (WNI) is underway, creating a framework for investing in facilities, education, job skills training and industry growth. WTC is committed to making the Microfabrication Laboratory the center for nanotechnology research in Washington.
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