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March 8th, 2005

Memo to Wall Street: Thanks, But No Thanks

Abstract:
... the potential IPO market for the space, after the aborted Nanosys attempt to go public last year. There were a handful of companies that rose to the top of bankers' lists. These are real companies, making real products using nanotechnology. The prediction? At least two would go public this year, giving hungry investors who like the nano story something real to buy...finally.

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