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August 2nd, 2007
Melnick said Canon and ASU have three areas of common research that hold potential for cooperation. Both are working on organic light-emitting diodes, virtual-reality projects and nanotechnology, he said.
Canon was attracted to SkySong because of the company's need for more space in the Valley and its recent alliance with ASU on a "sustainable digital university," DeMeo said.
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