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April 22nd, 2008
Breath-analysis lasers made with nanotechnology components would make the technology smaller, simpler and more cost effective, said Patrick McCann, chief executive officer of Norman-based Ekips Technologies Inc.
Tuesday, Ekips won a $350,252, three-year nanotechnology applications award to do just that.
Ekips was one of eight Oklahoma companies or researchers awarded a total of $1.25 million in state funding to apply nanotechnology to their manufacturing processes.
The Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology announced the winners of the Oklahoma Nanotechnology Applications Project, which is in its second year. The nanotechnology project was created by the Legislature and administered by OCAST.
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