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January 16th, 2006

Ehrlich proposes $2.5M boost for nanotech research

Abstract:
The decision by Maryland Gov. Robert Ehrlich to fund research in nanotechnology with $2.5 million in taxpayer money -- unveiled this week as part of a $170 million slate of tech initiatives -- is the product of exquisite timing as much as the belief that the science will yield medical breakthroughs and state employment gains.

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