SOURCE: Third-Order Nanotechnologies

February 21, 2007 13:37 ET

Third-Order Nanotechnologies Interview Now Available at

WILMINGTON, DE -- (MARKET WIRE) -- February 21, 2007 -- If you missed the Market News First interview with Third-Order Nanotechnologies (PINKSHEETS: TDON) CEO, Ron Genova, on Tuesday, January 23, 2007, the interview can now be accessed at

During the discussion, Genova talked about plans the Company has made to achieve key objectives in 2007 as well as what services Third-Order Technologies brings to a competitive, growing industry.

Access our interview with Genova and the insights he shared with current and potential investors by logging on to, clicking the Podcast & Downloads icon, and entering the company's symbol TDON in the Keyword search box.

About Third-Order

Third-Order is a development stage research and development company that is in the process of developing high-activity, high-stability electro-optic polymers for application in the electro-optic and all-optic device market. Electro-optic devices convert data from electric signals into optical signals for use in communications systems and in optical interconnects for high-speed data transfer. All-optic devices such as the all-optical transistor (AOT) control the interaction of light for primary application in ultra-quick computational microprocessors.


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