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March 2nd, 2005

Lookback: Steven Oldenburg, building on a solid foundation

Abstract:
A good week for Steven Oldenburg goes something like this: First he learned that his infant startup beat out about 2,000 competitors to win a NASA award to develop a nanofluidic coolant system. Then he received an order to supply a researcher with nanoparticles for toxicology studies.

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