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May 29th, 2006
Sandia Science & Technology Park bursting with growth
Six high tech companies will be opening operations in the Sandia Science & Technology Park by the end of this year, nearly doubling the amount of commercial offices or lab facilities in the eight-year-old park.
The Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies (CINT) is nearing completion of its 95,000-square-foot building that will employ 150. Kerby Moore says it is a Sandia Labs- and Los Alamos National Laboratory-funded facility that will serve as a joint venture between the labs and experts from the nanotech industry and state universities.
Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies
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