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October 25, 2012
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Study lays groundwork for technology cluster

Douglas County has an existing “awesome technology cluster” that, with the right kind of collaboration, could be marketed virtually across the globe, according to results of a $67,000 grant-funded study.“From a 30,000-foot view, in the future, the county's biggest export will be instruments and precision components,” said consultant Karen Craig. “The county will no longer export its children because they will have jobs and will be able to stay right here. And they will be good-paying jobs for 21st Century economies.”Craig is the project lead for a Douglas County business science park feasibility study undertaken by the clean-tech consulting firm …

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