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March 3rd, 2005

Biophan's CEO Pens Column for Nanotech Briefs Magazine

Abstract:
Biophan Technologies, Inc. has announced the availability of an article authored by the Company CEO, Michael Weiner, in the January 2005 edition of Nanotech Briefs, an industry publication that focuses on nanotechnology and its applications. The article appears in the issue's "Perspective" column, and is entitled "The Convergence of Biotechnology and Nanotechnology."

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