Kodak to sell its medical and dental Imaging business

Also at the 2007 Nanotechnology Industry Insight Symposium at Columbia University, we spoke to Dr. Nancy Ferris, Director of the Foundation Science Center at Kodak, who said that the company is planning to sell its health care line of business (medical and dental imaging) in April or May of this yea...

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