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September 28th, 2006

BioNanomatrix Awarded New NIH Grant

Abstract:
BioNanomatrix LLC today announced receipt of a new grant from the National Human Genome Research
Institute of the U.S. NIH. The two-year $397,750 SBIR grant was awarded under the NIH BioEngineering Nanotechnology Initiative, an interdisciplinary, multi- institutes consortium with the stated goal of supporting the development of nanotechnologies critical for enabling essential breakthroughs that may have tremendous potential for affecting biomedicine.

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