Is the future of Rhode Island employment in microgreens? Or is it in super-fast, quantum computers, innovative new materials or promising cancer treatments? How does the state weed through multiple proposals for funds to help grow young companies, and identify the ones most likely to yield high-growth, high-salaried jobs that will remain in Rhode Island…

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