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December 24th, 2006

Leaders hope to raise region's profile

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Expanded research capacity in biochemistry, software engineering, information technology security, genomic research, nanotechnology and other fields will uncover new techniques for fighting bioterrorism, reclaiming brownfields and developing new technologies, Dennis said.

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