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September 21st, 2005

World's Most Advanced Innovations ... in Our Backyard

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The Greater Dallas Chamber's Technology Business Council's Fusion Forum on September 28, will showcase these advancements in technology and life science and how they fuse with everyday life, proving the DFW region is moving forward in its quest to become a science and technology hub.

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