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March 15th, 2004

Big things expected of tiny technology

Abstract:
Nuon's bid to raise $2.75 million to help commercialise unique cutting-edge nanotechnology research was substantially oversubscribed and money was still flowing in, company spokesman Stephen Collins told the Otago Daily Times. The company was completing the legal obligations to buy half of Canterbury University's Nanocluster Devices.

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