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February 24th, 2005
Louisiana New Businesses Getting Food For Growth
Nano-Solutions, Inc., owned by William Todd, has entered the incubator to produce research reagents based on colloidal gold technologies.
Nano-Solutions will occupy lab space in the incubator facility on South Stadium Drive on the LSU campus. The primary products that the company will produce are research reagents useful to detect proteins by joining molecular ligands. The technology will be used for applications in electron microscopy.
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