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April 3rd, 2007
Tiny Technology Gets Huge Congressional Support
A Texas Senator lays out her vision for technology so small you can't see it.
Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison is honorary chair of the group hosting the two-day conference on nanotechnology. She delivers the conference's keynote address Wednesday morning.
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