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December 22nd, 2003

Science Magazine Recognizes Quantum Dot Research

Abstract:
Premiere scientific research journal Science Magazine has named quantum dot bio-imaging technology one of the top 10 scientific breakthroughs of the year. The magazine described the breakthrough as "...the most exciting new technique to emerge from the collaboration of physicists and biologists." During 2003, several landmark studies were performed with Quantum Dot Corporation's Qdot(TM) products, nanoscale particles that light up biological events in a range of sharp colors. The editors predict quantum dot technology will, in the future, "answer some tough questions" for scientists.

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