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October 18th, 2005

David R. Keenan Interviews with WallSt.net

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Nanoscience Technologies, Inc. President and CEO, David R. Keenan, was interviewed by WallSt.net. WallSt.net is an active web based reporter of publicly traded companies and supports an in-depth financial information and news based website.

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