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October 3rd, 2005

Advance Nanotech Announces Financing for Nanotechnology Device

Advance Nanotech, Inc. today announced financing for BiMAT, a new technology that may aid in the early detection of Avian Influenza (Bird Flu) in humans and animals.


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