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June 3rd, 2003

Nanosys round shows small tech turning heads in big boardrooms

Abstract:
In another sign that established companies are paying more attention to small tech startups, a pair of decidedly old-economy firms are investing in Nanosys Inc. H.B. Fuller Co. and Eastman Kodak Co., two companies with roots in the 19th century, participated in the $8 million extension to the round. (more on earlier story)

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