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October 23rd, 2007

G3i To Participate In Cornell's Jumpstart Program

Abstract:
G3 Technology Innovations LLC (G3i) — a Pittsford, N.Y.-based provider of environmentally friendly, multifunctional nanomaterials products for textile, paints and coatings, agricultural, orthopedic and dental applications — has been chosen to participate in the Jumpstart program at the Cornell Center for Materials Research (CCMR) at Ithaca, N.Y.-based Cornell University for the fall 2007 semester. The company will will work with Dr. Margaret Frey, professor of fiber science and apparel design at Cornell's College of Human Ecology, to provide water repellency to textiles through the use of fluorochemical-free nanoparticles.

The CCMR Jumpstart program receives funding from the New York State Foundation for Science Technology and Innovation (NYSTAR) to provide assistance to New York-based small businesses that wish to partner with the university to develop and improve their products.

Source:
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