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January 19th, 2010
In the lab at Liquidia, the focus is on particles that can't even be seen.
"In our most basic sense, we make nanoparticles," said Neal Fowler, CEO of Liquidia Technologies.
The work Liquidia is doing in Morrisville could revolutionize drugs and vaccines, Fowler said.
"Through this engineering process you have the ability to aim and target these particles to go where you want with the drug loaded in them," he said.
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