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March 15th, 2007
Bill to increase science foundation funding
"This sets the stage for future biotechnology innovation, particularly in the field of nanotechnology," Rogerson said. "These grants enable more science, leading to more technology, leading to more business in West Virginia."
Dr. Michael Norton, director of the Molecular and Biological Imaging Center at Marshall, said he is sure this increase would help because research is a lot more expensive than it used to be.
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