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Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas, announced plans to convert 2,000 acres of an old air base that the university owns into a technology research and education center. Thirty-two buildings will be demolished and seven new buildings are planned for the site. The base's chapel and a few hangars will remain on the base. The project is estimated to cost $150 million, and open the first part by 2018. Read the complete article at the Houston Chronicle.

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