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January 17th, 2007
Researchers patent nanotech process
A nanotechnology process developed at UK that could lead to new treatments for some cancers and other diseases by improving the delivery of medicine recently received a U.S. patent.
Dr. Russell J. Mumper and Dr. Michael Jay, both of the UK College of Pharmacy, developed the process, known as Nanotemplate Engineering, which was awarded U.S. patent 7153525 on Dec. 26.
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