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April 18th, 2006
State aiming to be a 'nano hub'
Pennsylvania is taking part in a fierce competition to position itself to be the epicenter of nanotech - a science that by manipulating atoms and molecules promises to radically alter the way products are made and the world does business. Pennsylvania has spent $54 million since 1999 to try to capitalize on the much-hyped technology.
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