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Governor appoints Miller of Lubbock to state committee

David L. Miller, image from thewindalliance.org David L. Miller, image from thewindalliance.org
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Governor Rick Perry has appointed a Lubbock businessman to the Texas Emerging Technology Advisory Committee.  David L. Miller might sound like a familiar name because he is the former Vice Chancellor of Research and Commercialization for the Texas Tech University System.

According to the Governor's written statement, Miller is chief operating officer of Flat Wireless, and owner of Synergy HomeCare.  Information on the Internet indicates Miller is also founder of a non-profit group called National Institute for Renewable Energy.  Miller has a law degree and Master of Business Administration from Texas Tech University. 

He was one of six appointees announced by the Governor on Wednesday and his term expires in September of 2014.  The Texas Emerging Technology Advisory Committee recommends proposals eligible for funding through the Texas Emerging Technology Fund to the governor, lieutenant governor and speaker of the House.

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