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Could New York City Become the Next Silicon Valley?

  • Aired: 12/09/2011
  • 08:23
  • Rating: NR
A glint in the eye of Mayor Mike Bloomberg that's now one step closer to reality: a new campus for technology and applied sciences to be built on land donated by the city. The goal? To fuel innovation, create jobs and give Silicon Valley and Boston's tech corridor a run for the money. Karin Ezbiansky Pavese of the New York Academy of Sciences discusses the genesis of the project and its future.
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Can a new tech campus create jobs and give Silicon Valley a run for the money?
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