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July 21st, 2003

Quantum Dot Corporation Awarded 2003 "Most Promising Innovation"

Abstract:
QDC received the "Most Promising Innovation" Award at Larta's Nano Republic Conference on July 10th for its Qdot(TM) streptavidin conjugate products, now widely used for biological sensing by life science researchers around the globe.

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