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July 12th, 2007
Eight year old Capres, an IT-company from the entrepreneurial environment at the Technical University of Denmark, is far behind the beginner stage and investors are now injecting EUR 3 million in the small nanotechnology company.
The IT-company Capres, which is a spin-out from the entrepreneurial environment at DTU, is far behind the beginner stage and after having presented a multiplied surplus investors are now injecting another EUR 3 million in the small nanotechnology company. The capital injection is to alleviate the growing pains and help to get a new product within the semiconductor generation out on the market to the chip producers', writes the Danish business daily BÝrsen.
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