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March 6th, 2007
Liquidia may hire multiple CEOs
On the heels of raising a $16 million second round, Liquida Technologies is looking for a larger space, is hiring, and may seek multiple CEOs to approach multiple markets, says interim CEO Steve Nelson.
Liquida, which will market nanotechnology that can help drugs target cancer, or boost the efficiency of solar power or electric car batteries, attracted major national venture firm, New Enterprise Associates (NEA) to lead its latest round. NEA has also invested in Durham-based Motricity, and Winston-Salem's Targacept.
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