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May 29th, 2004

Nanotech company in Buxton getting noticed

Abstract:
The last year has involved a lot of arm-waving for Mark LeClair, founder of NanoSpire, as he worked to draw attention to his technology's potential. He's presented at nanotechnology conferences around the world; accepted an award for his microjet technology in Japan; submitted himself to grilling by experts at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Maryland. And all that arm-waving for attention is getting the company noticed.

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Portland Press Herald

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