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The device exploits a photonic crystal, a highly engineered material with superior optical properties, and was made in collaboration with scientists from New Jersey Nanotechnology Consortium, California Institute of Technology and Harvard University.

(November 5, 2003) New York, N.Y.—KSP Special Situations Fund II spent $10 million to buy the stock and related assets of Franklin, Mass.-based Speedline Technologies Inc., a producer of manufacturing equipment and services for the printed circuit board and semiconductor packaging industries, from Cookson Group.

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