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November 22nd, 2006

Nanotech given boost

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Leaders in nanotechnology - the study and development of products at the molecular level - say that if Arizona becomes a hub for the biosciences, the state will offer something that other research-heavy places don't: Expertise in bioscience and nanotechnology in one location.

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