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Fighting Brain Drain in the Rust Belt

| Wednesday March 2nd, 2005 | 0 Comments

Having advanced research confined to a few coastal cities may be convenient, but it also poses problems because it leaves a huge population high and dry, away from education and financial opportunity. Fortunately, cheap real estate in the nation’s midsection, combined with a bit of luck, is driving a surge of high tech growth in forgotten areas from Oklahoma to Akron (Business Week talks about nanotech specifically).


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