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November 29th, 2006

Aonex Technologies, Inc., Demonstrates GaN Growth

Abstract:
Arrowhead Research Corporation (NASDAQ:ARWR) announced today that its majority-owned subsidiary, Aonex Technologies, and partner, Sandia National Laboratories, have demonstrated the growth of gallium nitride structures on proprietary A-Sapph™ substrates. Gallium nitride and its alloys (III-nitride materials) are the building blocks of devices such as light emitting diodes (LEDs) and high frequency power amplifiers (PAs). According to Strategies Unlimited, the market for III-nitride-based LEDs will surpass $4B in 2006 and expected to grow to $10B in five years. Aonex's substrate product line, which includes A-Sapph™, provides a pathway to dramatically reducing the manufacturing cost of III-nitride LEDs by enabling production on larger diameter substrates, simplifying fabrication of more efficient vertical LEDs, and increasing process uniformity and yield.

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