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October 4th, 2006
BU hopes complex spawns jobs
The new ITC building provides low-cost start-up office space for faculty research-related spin-off companies, including NanoMas Technologies Inc. and NSC Technology. NanoMas specializes in nanomaterials engineering and nanotechnology research and development. NSC develops nanomaterials that support the launch of commercial products that advance the research and performance capabilities of environmental, energy and medical devices.
NanoMas Technologies Inc.
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