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March 30th, 2004

NanoHorizons and Arrow International Collaborate

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NanoHorizons, Inc. an emerging leader in nano-scale material and device technologies today announced a research collaboration with Arrow International, Inc., a leading supplier of clinically advanced disposable catheters based in Reading, PA, to develop opportunities to apply state of the art nano-technology to numerous emerging cost and performance issues in biomedical technology. It brings together the latest in new materials and device technology, and the practical experience and commercial success needed to focus such development.

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