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April 16th, 2007
It's entirely possible that Hoosiers soon will drive electric cars with nanoparticle batteries, have their car seats adjusted continuously for better comfort, and then park those cars in garages they ordered off the Internet.
Those are just a few of the ideas being pursued by entrepreneurs at the Flagship Enterprise Center in Anderson.
The center, a joint effort of the city of Anderson and Anderson University, opened in 2005 with the goal of attracting new and more diverse businesses to the area.
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