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February 1st, 2006
Nanotech Baby Breakers on the Horizon?
Jack Uldrich: According to a new report just released by Small Times, a leading source of information about the nanotechnology industry, venture capital funding in nanotech start-ups surged by 121% in 2005 to $434 million.
Compared with the nearly $10 billion that governments and major corporations will pour in to the field this year, that figure represents a mere drop in the bucket. But it's a bullish sign nonetheless, because a large portion of the money was funneled into late-stage investments.
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