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May 1st, 2007

3 Colorado companies earn SBIR grants

Abstract:
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded Small Business Innovation Research Phase II contracts of $225,000 each to three Colorado businesses, the EPA reported Tuesday.

The grants are going to:

* PolyNew Inc. of Golden, which seeks to develop and commercialize bioplastics using nanotechnology "to address ecological concerns," according to a news release.

Source:
denver.bizjournals.com

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