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A new report says Washington has major opportunities to create jobs by improving university offerings in science, computer sciences and engineering. But will the state act?READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
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26-year-old Adina Mangubat is on her third startup. This one, Spiral Genetics, aims to make DNA sequencing fast and cheap. Investors just plunked down $3 million for the cause.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
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