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December 11th, 2006
Creating commercial success from nanotechnology studies
Anthony P. Green goes a long way back with science and technology - all the way back to Harriton High School, when he worked both during and after school at the Wistar Institute learning basic immunology research.
He then brought his research with him to Brown University, where he made up his own major - you guessed it, immunology.
Now, he has brought that interest in science and technology with him to Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania, which he recently joined as vice president of regional initiatives.
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