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January 23rd, 2007
Techrockies: Are there any industries or sectors you think look particularly promising for Utah right now?
Devin Thorpe: Utah is uniquely positioned in the area of medical informatics, leveraging the University of Utah Medical Center, the strength of companies in genetics research and the LDS Church genealogical database. We are also seeing clusters of strength elsewhere in life sciences, in software, and in nanotechnology.
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