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April 5th, 2005
Are you ready for the nanotech revolution?
In 2001, the thought of advanced molecular imaging hadn't even entered the mind of Michael Weiner. Yet four years later, his company, Biophan, has stumbled onto an idea he believes will revolutionize the field and several other medical specialties, including angiography, pharmaceuticals and implantable medical devices.
(Ed.'s note: NN Editor Rocky Rawstern contributed to this article)
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