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October 8th, 2007
Tiny tech has big future
One of the top nanotechnology companies in the world is expanding its business in Hattiesburg.
Hybrid Plastics held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its new advanced materials facility, with Gov. Haley Barbour and Sen. Thad Cochran among the guests.
Hybrid Plastics produces a variety of materials using nanotechnology.
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Production of Bioactive Material for Quick Treatment of Bone Damages June 19th, 2013