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May 18th, 2005

Dendritic NanoTechnologies Announces Precision Nanostructures

Abstract:
Dendritic NanoTechnologies Inc. (DNT), a technology company that develops advanced dendritic polymers used to produce commercial products, today announced a patent-pending development: a new family of scalable, precision dendrimer nanostructures. The new technology, developed by DNT, is called Priostar(TM) and offers a significant advantage over other precision nanostructures by reducing the complexity and duration of the synthesis process. The new Priostar family of scalable, precision dendrimers breaks through previous cost barriers and addresses industry needs for nanostructures that can be manufactured in high volumes at costs attractive for a wide variety of uses.

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