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19 June 2021
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Does anyone know of publicly traded companies that specialize/ have relations with nanotechnology?

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17/05/2021 - 06:29

I was wondering this because the market for nanotechnology is being talked about more and more and expected to rise a decent amount within the span of 5 years and I’m looking for some companies to research and invest some money in.   submitted by   /u/InnermostTube3 [link]   [comments]


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