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Oxonica to speak at nano tech 2005, TokyoJanuary 20, 2005
Oxonica Ltd, a leading European nanotechnology company with products already launched onto the market, announces today that its Business Director of Healthcare, David Browning, will appear as a plenary speaker at the February International Nanotechnology Exhibition & Conference in Tokyo.
- Oxonica Limited was founded in 1999 and is based in Oxford, England. Currently employing 32 professional staff, the company operates in the exciting area of nanomaterials and is application focused with a portfolio of in-house developed new product opportunities. It also commercialises IPR researched over many years in The University of Oxford
- Key enabling areas include physics, materials science, chemistry and biochemistry. Oxonica currently offers commercial products in the fields of fuel catalysis and personal care and is developing a suite of products for applied diagnostics across and beyond the healthcare space
- Oxonica's technology allows it to successfully design, manipulate and engineer certain properties of materials at the nano-scale. It has a rapidly expanding portfolio in excess of 25 patent families covering materials and applications of commercial significance
- Oxonica's intellectual property derives from a compelling combination of key technology pillars: solid state physics, colloidal chemistry, coating technology and molecular biology. A large number of potential materials with differing functionalities and surface properties can be generated by Oxonica
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