Tuesday, October 19, 2004

A nano chicken in every pot

Transcript Of Web Chat With Joanna Conti (CBS 4, Denver)

    CBS 4: Feel free to join this chat by asking District 6 Congressional candidate Joanna Conti questions.

    Comment from Jo_Ann: Hi Joanna, I have been laid off for 2 1/2 years from Celestica. I had 19.6 years with Avaya, Lucent Technologies, AT&T and Western Electric.

    Joanna Conti: Oh dear. I'm afraid there are so many people in your situation, and I am very sorry. I believe we need to be investing in the technologies of the future -- biotechnology, nanotechnology and renewable energy -- so that we are creating high-quality jobs that will not be easily outsourced during the next recession. More here

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Grant to help Export medical equipment firm enlarge workforce (post-gazette.com)

University of Maryland tries to land a $24 million nanotechnology research center (Gazette.net)

Port officials are talking with life science, nanotechnology and biotechnology companies about leasing there (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)

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