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December 1st, 2005
N.J. science panel suggests ways to create, keep high-tech jobs
With high-tech jobs leaving the state, a group of New Jersey technology leaders hopes to convince Governor-elect Jon Corzine that a well-organized plan and hundreds of millions of dollars will help reverse the flow.
The commission hopes to target several key technology areas including stem cells and life science research, nanotechnology, telecommunications, renewable energy and homeland security.
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