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November 3rd, 2003
Survival is the priority for early ventures
Earlier this year, a Barron's magazine column hailed Norman-based SouthWest NanoTechnologies as "one investment in nanotechnology (that) is actually nearing some semblance of practical application." SouthWest NanoTechnologies is attempting to commercialize a carbon-based, single-wall nanotube technology developed by Dr. Daniel Resasco, a University of Oklahoma professor of chemical engineering. It was created in April 2001 as a joint venture of OU and ConocoPhillips, and has built a pilot manufacturing plant in Norman.
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