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July 11th, 2007
Airnatech Holdings, a nanotech company aiming to develop ultra-green air conditioning is still hoping to establish a major research operation in Cambridge despite being significantly behind schedule.
Airnatech is a UK company set up to use US money to invest in a package of technologies developed in Denmark and South Korea, claiming that its nanotech solution could make air conditioning units 50 per cent more efficient.
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