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July 25th, 2005
It might sound counterintuitive, but if Kelly Kordzik is right, then the way to develop nanotechnology within your state is not to ask others to help you. Rather, it is to offer to help others.
The president of the Texas Nanotechnology Initiative (TNI), like his counterparts across the country, had been looking for creative ways to promote nanotechnology and, most importantly, garner Texas state government support for its research and development. With the June passage of the Emerging Technology Fund, he and the TNI achieved a major milestone.
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