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February 22nd, 2007

Capsulution Nanoscience on the Upswing

Abstract:
Good times for nanotechnology companies. The Berlin-based Capsulution Nanoscience AG fulfilled its turnover expectations in 2006 with more than 1.3 million euro. In comparison to the year before, the developers of nanotechnological "active component packages" managed with this an increase of about 50%. The personnel figures rose to a final 20 members of staff, more than half of which are highly-qualified scientists and laboratory staff in the field of research and development.

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