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Nanotope Founder Dr. Sam Stupp Featured in Fast Company's February Issue

Pasadena, CA | Posted on January 28th, 2011

In Fast Company's most recent February issue an article titled "Molecular Healing" profiles the work of Dr. Sam Stupp, founder of Nanotope, Inc., an Arrowhead portfolio company commercializing regenerative medicine technology developed by Dr. Stupp and his colleagues at Northwestern University. The article describes Dr. Stupp's interdisciplinary approach to technology development, marrying materials science and biology to promote healing of neural and other tissues.

A link to this article can be accessed on the News sections of both the Arrowhead and Nanotope websites:

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About Nanotope
Arrowhead Research Corporation (NASDAQ: ARWR) is an entrepreneurial leader dedicated to advancing its portfolio of medical nanotechnology subsidiaries. Recognizing that our 21st century capability to design drugs, molecule by molecule, holds the key to improving human health and curing disease, Arrowhead identifies, acquires, develops and clinically advances innovative medical treatments for humankind's most devastating diseases. Arrowhead's select portfolio of subsidiaries is developing products that have the potential to address multiple indications in large, existing market opportunities. Through Arrowhead's efficient holding company structure, each subsidiary benefits from strategic synergies and shared resources.

Arrowhead is primarily focused on advancing its two majority owned subsidiaries, Calando Pharmaceuticals, a leader of RNAi systemic delivery technology, and Ablaris, an anti-obesity therapeutics company. Arrowhead also holds minority investments in Nanotope, a regenerative medicine company and Leonardo Biosystems, a multistage drug delivery company.

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Brandi Floberg
The Piacente Group, Inc.

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