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December 12th, 2007
Nanoscience says Toumaz unit granted core patent in Australia
Nanoscience Inc said its wholly-owned subsidiary, Toumaz Technology Ltd has been granted its core patent regarding the AMx (Advanced Mixed Signal) technology in Australia.
The niche investor in emerging technologies said the new patent, already granted in the UK and the US, covers the core technology that helps in a dramatic reduction in battery size for portable devices and extended operating times.
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