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March 1st, 2007
Founding a center where scientists learn to change matter at its most basic level would change the fabric of Greensboro for the better, a group of business leaders told legislators Wednesday.
A $65 million investment by taxpayers in the N.C. A&T-UNCG project would pay dividends by attracting corporations to the city and fostering new businesses, executives traveling with The Greensboro Partnership said Wednesday.
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