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March 8th, 2006
£40m site for 'tiny study'
The National Microsystems Packaging Centre will take tiny molecule-sized components and make useful devices with them for use in a whole range of industries. The £40m centre will be based on the former Marconi site on Edge Lane, adjacent to Liverpool Digital on the Liverpool Science Park.
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