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October 19th, 2010
Letter-writers comment on new nanotechnology lab at Electronics Park
Did you know that these technologies are linked with intellectual property, such as patents, for the research and development being conducted within universities and private entities around the world and is credited with significant contributions toward economic development? The reason you may not find detailed information on SUNY Albany's website is because of intellectual property rules and competition around the globe.
Did you know that Silicon Valley is home to the world's largest technology companies? And why wouldn't you want it to include New York? You credit SUNY Albany with a "$6 billion boondoggle." However, are you aware of the major companies located on their campus, that they have more than 250 global corporate partners and provide work force training?
Did you know that the top 10 pharmaceutical companies listed in Fortune 500 are investing in and working with smaller companies as well as venture capitalists within New York state and throughout the United States?
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