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Stenehjem to advise Oregon Gov. Ted Kulongoski on science and technology

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February 02, 2006 Share This!

RICHLAND, Wash. — The State of Oregon has appointed Erik Stenehjem of Battelle in Richland, Wash., to serve as science and technology advisor to Gov. Ted Kulongoski.

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