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February 2nd, 2008
Keshab and Shubra Gangopadhyay, along with their student co-owners and researchers, represented NEMS/MEMS Works LLC, a university-based nanotechnology firm that produces microscopic components for use in health care, defense and energy applications.
One to Many Solutions of Macon has developed a technology for use in law enforcement that will provide personal identification information - such as fingerprints and retinal scans - uniformly to various security agencies.
Another MU engineering professor, Hao Li, through his company Nanova Inc., has developed the technology for a plasma dental brush that will eliminate the necessity for those noisy, smelly dental drills. Say Hallelujah!
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