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August 24th, 2006
EMV Technologies LLC is working to improve kidney dialysis through nanotechnology, an emerging science that takes research to atomic levels. Lehigh is getting $1.4 million to boost nanotechnology programs and facilities as part of $11.1 million in state grants.
"EMV's solution will reduce the time of the dialysis treatment and more efficiently remove the toxins due to the nanometer-size pore structure and improve the lives of the patients receiving the treatment," Van Geertruyden said.
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