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December 4th, 2006

U-M's idea pipeline to businesses grows

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"With the Michigan economy struggling with its old line industries we recognize the future is in new industries such as nanotechnology, biotechnology and homeland security," said Fred Reinhart, associate vice president for technology commercialization at Wayne State. "The work being done to develop those technologies is being done at the universities."

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