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December 18th, 2005
"If we don't get in early on nanotechnology," Westly said in a statement Friday, "we will miss an incredible opportunity. We must aggressively go after research funding and business investment. If it's going to be a California industry, we must act now and invest in education and our innovation infrastructure.
"Companies like GM and Levi's have proven that nanotechnology is real. The experts are projecting a $1 trillion industry supporting 2 million jobs. The nanotechnology revolution is going to happen. The question is: will California lead it?"
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