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Home > News > NanoDynamics To Recieve $2 Million in Federal Funding

May 25th, 2006

NanoDynamics To Recieve $2 Million in Federal Funding

Abstract:
Washington, DC-Today, U.S. Representative Brian Higgins (D-Buffalo) announced that he secured $2,000,000 in federal funding for NanoDynamics Inc, a leading company in the rapidly growing field of nanotechnology, located along Buffalo's Outer Harbor. The funding will be used for the design and construct of a fuel cell system operating through the use of methane gas, a by-product of many water treatment facilities.

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