Joseph DeSimone, a chemistry professor at UNC-CH and NCSU poses in front of a photo of two micron PRINT particles which are part of nano technology developed by Liquidia, an RTP company.STAFF PHOTO BY CHUCK LIDDY/THE NEWS & OBSERVER
Joseph DeSimone, a chemistry professor at UNC-CH and NCSU poses in front of a photo of two micron PRINT particles which are part of nano technology developed by Liquidia, an RTP company.STAFF PHOTO BY CHUCK LIDDY/THE NEWS & OBSERVER 2008 News & Observer file photo
Joseph DeSimone, a chemistry professor at UNC-CH and NCSU poses in front of a photo of two micron PRINT particles which are part of nano technology developed by Liquidia, an RTP company.STAFF PHOTO BY CHUCK LIDDY/THE NEWS & OBSERVER 2008 News & Observer file photo

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