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November 29th, 2007
The Texas Life Sciences Commercialization Center, a biotech incubator in Georgetown, has added a third company. Quantum Logic Devices, which has developed a nanontechnology device to analyze molecular-level biological reactions, moved in last month.
The nonprofit center has two other companies, Radix BioSolutions and Orthopeutics. The center includes a wet lab, a nanotechnology clean room and other facilities for biotech startups.
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