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April 6th, 2005
Nanotech confab can open doors
As the chief executive of a largely unknown public company, Bruce Stewart is accustomed to introducing himself.
For the third time this year, Stewart, the CEO of Pasadena-based nanotechnology firm Arrowhead Research Corp., spent Tuesday touting the virtues of his 2-year-old firm to potential investors interested in a company long on potential but short on current profits.
Arrowhead Research Corp.
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