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December 28th, 2004
Cardiff-based Q Chip has agreed the joint venture with FTSE techMark 100-listed Biocompatibles International, a medical device company which is focused on the treatment of cardiovascular disease, cancer and benign tumours.
The Welsh company possesses technology which enables the production of uniform particles at a molecular level. It uses tiny capillaries etched in wafers to precisely create micro and nanoparticles.
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