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April 13th, 2007
Nearly 400 people gathered at the state's third annual technology summit Thursday at the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue. The one-day summit focused on four sectors: energy, life sciences, wireless communication and nanotechnology. In previous years, the summit has covered software, aerospace, agriculture and defense.
"The main thing is to bring people together from all over the state," said Lee Cheatham, executive director of the Washington Technology Center. "We can use it to establish Washington state and the Pacific Northwest as a leader in innovation and technology."
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