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Shrink Nanotechnologies, Inc. ("Shrink") (OTCBB: AUIO), an innovative platform nanotechnology company, developing breakthrough technologies for a number of diverse fields ranging from medical diagnostics to solar cell concentrators, announced that FINRA has assigned Shrink a new trading symbol. Beginning June 24, 2009, Shrink will trade under the stock symbol "INKN."
About Shrink Nanotechnologies, Inc.
Shrink brings together leading scientists, business advisors and an executive team that is dedicated to bringing its exclusively licensed technology to the commercial marketplace. Shrink solutions, including its substrates, devices and research tools are being designed to not only be mechanically effective in the solar energy, environmental detection, stem cell and biotechnology markets, they are also being made from biodegradable materials, including corn-based plastics.
Shrink has created the Shrink Chip Manufacturing Solution™ which utilizes the unique characteristics of Shrink Chips™. Made from a shrinkable thermo-plastic material, Shrink Chips™ enable complex structures to be designed at the macro-scale, while retaining the original designs on a much smaller scale. Shrink’s applications can be designed and prototyped in a few hours and in a cost-effective manner versus conventional methods utilizing silicon or other materials that require costly fabrication equipment and labor intensive processes. Shrink creates features that retract uniformly, to a fraction of the original size. Because the patterned features “shrink,” Shrink devices do not require high-resolution printing which is otherwise necessary to achieve such fine features. This flexible and elegant design and fabrication solution reduces costs by eliminating the need for expensive clean room equipment and vastly improves time-to-market for products in Shrink’s focused market segments.
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Shrink Nanotechnologies, Inc.
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