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December 19th, 2007
NanoTune Technologies: The Mountain View company, which claims to have a unique tailoring process based around silica nanomaterials, has raised $3.12 million.
The company's process is capable of modifying the surface chemistry and precisely controlling the porosity of nanomaterials, a technology that could potentially have applications in numerous fields.
The $3.12 million round of funding, the company's first, was led by Draper Fisher Jurvetson. Reported via peHUB.
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