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|| Investment Corporation of Dubai invested $30 million in Ohio nanotech firm

ICD-Nanotronics.jpgNanotronics, a nanotechnology startup based in Ohio, acquired a $30 million funding from the Investment Corporation of Dubai (ICD) as well as its current investor, Founders Fund.

Nanotronics was founded in 2010 and develops an advanced automated microscope. They also offer custom software, medical applications and a new virtual reality system. (Established in May 2006, the ICD is the Government of Dubai's principal investment arm. They have a vast portfolio that encompasses sectors like financial services, transportation, energy and industries, real estate and leisure, retail and more.)

Investment Corporation of Dubai is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code MA1610.

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