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April 10th, 2006

Emerging company finds home, clients at Albany NanoTech

Abstract:
The list of household names that are doing business at the state university's Albany NanoTech's research site continues to grow. Now there's BeSang Inc., a four-person company based in Portland, Ore. that has only been in business a few years. Last week, half the company opened up BeSang's East Coast R&D center at the University at Albany after considering three sites in the United States, one in Europe and one in South Korea.

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