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August 6th, 2007

4 firms receive $7 million in venture capital

Imago Scientific Instruments Corp., a Madison nanotechnology company that sells atomic probe microscopes to the semiconductor, data storage and advanced materials industries, raised $2 million from Draper Triangle Ventures of Pittsburgh and an undisclosed firm.


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