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April 16th, 2006
Research centers start to pay off in Danville
Robert Lenk, CEO of Luna nano Works, a nanotechnology operation, said his business brought 13 individuals with doctorates to Danville this year and hopes to eventually hire locally educated Ph.D.'s. "That is the future," he said.
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