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June 7th, 2007

Smith, Wyden list 110th Congress priorities

Abstract:
SUPPORT RESEARCH AND COMMERCIALIZATION FOR OREGON NANOTECHNOLOGY: Promote measures to increase the commercialization of nanotechnology and ensure proper attention is directed to health and safety issues related to the emerging technology. Additionally, the Senators will play a key role in the reauthorization of the National Nanotechnology Initiative and nanotechnology efforts that will increase U.S. global competitiveness.

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