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March 17th, 2009

10-K: Altair Nanotechnologies, Inc.

Abstract:
We are a Canadian corporation, with principal assets and operations in the United States, whose primary business is developing and commercializing nanomaterial and titanium dioxide pigment technologies. For nearly all of 2008, we were organized into three divisions, a Power and Energy Group (formally known as the Advanced Materials and Power Systems Division), a Performance Materials Division, and a Life Sciences Division. Our research, development, production and marketing efforts are currently directed toward three primary market applications that utilize our proprietary technologies.

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