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March 30th, 2005
In plea for investors, firm cites Army test, U.S. grant
In a collaborative test with the U.S. Army, Integrated Nano-Technologies of Henrietta has demonstrated the effectiveness and reliability of its system that detects biological agents, such as anthrax.
The announcement this week by INT and the U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical and Biological Center is an external stamp of approval that could boost investor interest in the five-year-old company.
The National Science Foundation also has awarded the company $500,000 to continue research and development of the detection system.
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