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February 10th, 2004

Molecular Imprints Sells Nano-Lithography Systems in S. Korea

Abstract:
Molecular Imprints, Inc. continues to prove the capabilities of its systems with the latest sales of its Imprio* 100 tool to South Korea's new National Nanofab Center at the Korea Institute of Science and Technology, as well as to a global electronics company headquartered in Northern California. The Imprio 100 system represents the next generation in nano-lithography.

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