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November 2nd, 2005
Senate leaders, worried that Massachusetts is lagging in science and technology, will unveil plans today for a $50 million life sciences program.
A key component of the initiative is a $35 million investment in a proposed facility at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell for nanotechnology and biotechnology, where university researchers and private companies would work toward commercializing and manufacturing various technologies.
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