EcoSynthetix bring homes the green in the form of a $10.1 million funding round

Biopolymer nanoparticle developer EcoSynthetix recently announced that it completed a $10.1 million funding round that was led by Cannacord Financial. As we discussed in the most recent briefing (see the April 13, 2009 LRNJ), EcoSynthetix is focused on selling its nanoparticles for coating and adhes...

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