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January 27th, 2007
LCCC's Entrepreneurship Innovation Center opening in April
The third floor will provide a home to the Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems Center of Excellence, a facility that will provide a "hands-on clean lab for businesses to prototype their ideas that involve nanotechnology," Ballinger said.
Among the companies slated to move to the new center are Banyan Technology and Clear Image Technology, and the total number of companies there will depend on space, Ballinger said.
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