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June 19th, 2007
LaamScience Closes on $2M in Financing
LaamScience, a spinout from North Carolina State University with nanotechnology licensed from the school, has raised $2 million in investment, according to media reports.
The company closed on $400,000 in financing last October.
LaamScience has developed nanocoating technology that the company says kills bacteria and viruses when it is exposed to light.
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