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Seldon Technologies 

Published October 15, 2009 at 3:43 p.m.

Seldon Technologies, Inc. is a 6-year-old nanotechnology company that has developed patented breakthrough materials and products based on carbon nanotubes for water, air and fuel filtration, as well as energy storage and composites. Seldon’s Research and Development team continues to lead carbon nanotube development under many funded research grants and projects. Seldon’s Water Business was launched one year ago to commercialize the first family of breakthrough products utilizing its patented Nanomesh™ filtration media. Offering a simple plug and use solution for removal of microbial contaminants like bacteria, virus and cysts to EPA Drinking Water Standards, Seldon has begun sales of point-of-use water filtration products for mobile and portable applications in the military, emergency response and outdoor markets, as well as domestic drinking water applications.

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