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January 18th, 2007

Irish nanotech firm targets the military industry

A specialist nanotechnology subsidiary of Dublin medical technology company Alltracel Pharmaceuticals has joined the growing array of Irish technology companies that are targeting the multi-billion euro military industry.


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