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August 5th, 2010

Nano Science Diagnostics to set up manufacturing plant in India

Abstract:
The Nano Science Diagnostics, Inc, a start up diagnostics and food testing kit manufacturing firm based in the US and with an office in Bangalore, is planning to set up a manufacturing facility to offer its patented testing kits at competitive prices in both the countries.

The company has already developed medical diagnostic kits which includes reagents developed through nanotechnology, cartridges, reader and software, all with portability. The products will be launched simultaneously in India and US, said Dr Sri Satyanarayana, founder and chief executive officer, Nano Science Diagnostics, Inc.

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