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August 5th, 2005
Three groups formed to promote the state's biotech, small-tech and hydrogen technology clusters were set to have reported their progress to Gov. Bill Richardson today in hopes of landing a slot on his 2006 legislative agenda.
The New Mexico Micro and Nano Technology Partnership, or MiNaTeP, the New Mexico Biomedical and Biotechnology Partnership, or BioTeP, and the Hydrogen Technology Partnership, or HyTeP, will each appeal for millions of dollars from the Legislature during next year's short budget session, which begins in January.
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