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August 13th, 2007
In a blow to Madison's biggest nanotechnology company and to the city's growing entrepreneurial community, Imago Scientific Instruments' top executive is leaving to head a Silicon Valley firm.
Timothy J. Stultz will become president and chief executive officer of Milpitas, Calif.-based Nanometrics Inc.
Stultz arrived in 2003 at Imago, which was then a struggling start-up. He turned the development-stage company into a commercial supplier of proprietary 3-D atom probe technology.
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