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April 4th, 2007
Houston-based Nanotox Inc. has joined the university's application center, a collaboration of scientists from the university and nanotechnology industry developing nanotechnology materials.
Nanotox works with environmental safety issues surrounding nanomaterials by identifying the properties in various nanomaterials.
Working with the Texas State nanotechnology team, the company will collaborate to provide support for developing methodologies.
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