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May 2nd, 2007

Nanodynamics Launch Intellectual Property Forum

Abstract:


NanoDynamics, Inc., a diversified nanotechnology and manufacturing company, today announced the launch of TechBank™. This forum offers information on a selection of the company's intellectual property (IP) technologies that are available for sale, licensing, partnering or joint development.

"As we continue to grow in alignment with a global demand for cleantech solutions, it makes sense to focus our resources on a core set of markets and the solutions within our technology portfolio that address them," said Keith Blakely, NanoDynamics C.E.O. "As the technologies we have selected for TechBank provide viable and equally valuable solutions across many industries, we are offering them to developers in markets and applications outside our targeted areas who can benefit from them."

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