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January 25th, 2006

Industries seek uses for tiny tech

Abstract:
Marcelene Edwards: Members of the Tacoma Technology Consortium got together this week to talk about nanotechnology – that vague classification of technology that experts have claimed for the last decade will change our lives. But now, companies in the area – including a few in Bremerton and Thurston County – actually are working with nanotechnology.

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