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December 3rd, 2004
Startup Liquidia Targets Flat-Panel Displays, Nanotech
The logo of startup Liquidia Technologies says a great deal about the focus of the new venture – a drop of blue water with a wall of bricks anchoring its left side.
Using technology licensed from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University, Liquidia has developed a mix of fluropolymers that are liquid at room temperature yet “cure” to substances similar to Teflon – elastic but solid – when exposed to light.
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