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State backs innovative Wilmington materials startup

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WILMINGTON – The state recently approved a $50,000 grant to Ballydel Technologies, a startup research-and-development firm focused on providing material and technology solutions to the pharmaceutical, defense/aerospace, and energy industries, among others. Led by founder and president Brendan G. DeLacy, a former U.S. Army research scientist who worked at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland, Ballydel

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