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April 9th, 2009

Google to invest in nanotechnology

Abstract:
The Washington Post site has an item from Bloomberg News reporting Google has started a venture-capital unit to fund new technologies, including nanotechnology:

"Google Ventures will invest $100 million in its first year and mostly target young companies," Bill Maris, a managing partner of the unit, said in an interview. "The fund will invest in areas such as consumer-oriented Internet companies, health care, robotics and nanotechnology," he said.

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