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The City of San Marcos and Texas State University are seeking volunteers for the 36th Great Texas River Clean Up on March 6. Above, volunteers Shaun Auckland and Andre Sembera work to remove a fishing line and bob caught in a branch during the 35th river clean up in 2020. Below, volunteer Adrian Gomez uses a grabber to fish trash out of the river. Daily Record file photos

City, TXST seeking volunteers for Great Texas River Clean Up

With the annual Great Texas River Clean Up just weeks away, the City of San Marcos and Texas State University are seeking volunteers to participate in the event. 

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A local nanotechnology company housed in Texas State University’s STAR Park — Quantum Materials Corp — has received a $15 million investment from Pasaca Capital, Inc. Above, Brent Ferguson shows off QMC's COVID-19 test. Below, Ferguson leads a tour of QMC's laboratories at STAR Park. Daily Record photos by Lance Winter

QUANTUM LEAP: STAR Park's Quantum Materials Corp lands $15 million investment

A local nanotechnology company based in Texas State University’s Science, Technology and Advanced Research Park has received a $15 million investment from California-based private equity firm, Pasa

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