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April 12th, 2006

NanoNovus: April 12, 2006

Abstract:
Jack Uldrich: Yesterday was another busy day in the field of nanotechnology. Imago Scientific announced that it had purchased Oxford NanoScience — which was a subsidiary of Polaron. Both companies manufacture similar equipment and it is a strategic acquisition for Imago. I remain convinced, however, that Imago will itself become an acquistion target for one of the larger nanotech equipment suppliers like FEI, Veeco or JEOL. (more on other companies)

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