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Arrowhead Research Corporation (Nasdaq:ARWR), announced that John C. Miller, Vice President, Business Development, will present "Bringing Nanotech to the Public Markets" at the Sixth Annual NanoBusiness Alliance Conference in New York City today at 4:00 pm.
Mr. Miller's presentation will focus on Arrowhead's acquisition, financial and value building strategies for its growing portfolio of emerging nanotechnology companies. Currently, Arrowhead operates four majority-owned subsidiaries commercializing nanotech products including anti-cancer drugs, RNAi therapeutics, carbon-based electronics and compound semiconductor materials. In particular, he will discuss the progress of Unidym, Inc., an Arrowhead subsidiary commercializing carbon nanotube electronics, including transparent flexible electrodes and thin film transistors.
Mr. Miller is the primary architect of Arrowhead's strategy related to carbon-based electronics. Through a wholly owned subsidiary, NanoPolaris, Arrowhead began by exclusively licensing key patents and patent applications covering carbon nanotube technologies developed at eight leading universities. In June 2006, NanoPolaris acquired the assets of Unidym, Inc., a UCLA based start-up commercializing new carbon-based electronic products and changed its name to Unidym. Unidym has recently announced a merger with Carbon Nanotechnologies, Inc., which holds the leading portfolio of intellectual property in carbon nanotube technology and is the world's largest manufacturer of carbon nanotubes. The combined company will continue to develop products internally and with industry partners and, as well as an out licensing program.
About Arrowhead Research Corporation
Arrowhead Research Corporation ( http://www.arrowheadresearch.com ) is a publicly-traded nanotechnology company commercializing new technologies in the areas of life sciences, electronics, and energy. Arrowhead is building value for shareholders through the progress of majority owned subsidiaries founded on nanotechnologies originally developed at universities. The company works closely with universities to source early stage deals and to generate rights to intellectual property covering promising new nanotechnologies. Currently, Arrowhead has four subsidiaries commercializing nanotech products and applications, including anti-cancer drugs, RNAi therapeutics, carbon-based electronics and compound semiconductor materials.
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