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February 9th, 2005
Atoms, molecules and medicine
Karen Arnold is not your typical engineer. For one thing, she’s a woman (a whopping 91 percent of engineers are male). For another, she’s an entrepreneur—of the venture capitalist variety, to boot. Arnold is also cofounder and the chief financial officer of Nanocopoeia, Inc., a biotechnology firm that has recently transitioned from startup to full-fledged product development mode.
The St. Paul-based firm, founded in 2001, is working with pharmaceutical companies to develop new ways to deliver medications to patients using nanotechnology.
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