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August 11th, 2010

Oklahoma Capitol Brief: $6.2M approved for research

Abstract:
$6.2M approved for research.

Areas of investment are agriculture, aerospace, biotechnology, energy, information technology and telecommunications, nanotechnology, sensors and weather science.

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