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April 12th, 2004

Nanoparticles player stirs the pot with room temperature process

Abstract:
Applied NanoWorks Inc. is a small and self-funded shop, with a half dozen people working out of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's business incubator facility here, directly across the Hudson River from the university in upstate New York. But if the company's method for producing as many as 64 types of nanoparticles proves as robust and industry-ready as promised, ANW may not be so small for long.

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