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May 16th, 2005
NanoInk seeks pack-level partners
US nanotechnology company NanoInk has said it wants to forge partnerships with packaging companies to develop a layered brand protection solution for pharmaceutical customers.
The company has been working on a project to apply its dip pen nanolithography process to individual unit doses of drugs, but now wants to broaden its utility into pharmaceutical packaging.
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