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By John C. Roper, Houston Chronicle Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
Dec. 22--Two Houston companies that focus on different areas of nanotechnology have joined forces to better explore a combination of their research.
Carbon Nanotechnologies, a maker of carbon-based nanotubes, and C Sixty, a nanomedicine company that focuses its efforts on buckyballs, completed a merger Tuesday.
Financial terms of the deal between the private companies were not disclosed.
C Sixty's research focuses on using buckyballs, tiny carbon molecules shaped like soccer balls, to deliver medicines in precise amounts to exactly the right location. The research …