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January 31st, 2007
Entrepreneur says nanotech could enhance local economy
Much like a virus - the smallest of all living organisms - nanoscience - or the study of the smallest chemicals - has been introduced into the Hattiesburg business climate and is now infecting the area's economy.
But unlike viruses, which usually bring ill effects, the new science is expected to be a much more beneficial infusion into the area's economic lifeblood, a local entrepreneur said.
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