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September 15th, 2005
The commonwealth of Pennsylvania has fostered an atmosphere that encourages biotechnology and life sciences companies to invest enormous resources and millions of dollars into research and development.
A relationship with a professor at the University of Pittsburgh is one of the reasons why NanoDynamics is developing a life sciences division in the metro. NanoDynamics has licensed certain technologies developed by the professor, said Keith Blakely, CEO of the Buffalo, N.Y.,-based company.
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