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March 7th, 2007
Dennis Donaldson, CEO of Edmond's XetaComp Nanotechnologies, calls his line of work "the ultimate small business."
That's because his nanotechnology business deals in materials so tiny they're measured in "nanometers," each equal to one millionth of a millimeter.
For its diminutive work, XetaComp Nanotechnologies has won a big award. It is one of five Oklahoma companies receiving nearly $1.25 million in the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology's Nanotechnology Applications Project awards.
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