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February 3rd, 2010
After traveling across the country and back, Sen. Jim Kastama believes he has found a way for Washington to address its economic woes.
After Stars was created in 2006, the state was able to bring in a pair of high-quality researchers: Birgitte Ahring, a Danish scientist who is developing next-generation fuels, and Michael Hochberg, an expert in photonics, a combination of digital data communications and nanotechnology that is drawing interest from companies like Microsoft and Boeing.
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