GM continues nanotech R&D despite company financial challenges

We caught up last week with Mark Verbrugge, who runs GM’s Materials and Process Lab – one of two key centers for nanotech R&D at the beleaguered automaker. Mark told us that despite GM’s financial challenges, fundamental R&D at the nanoscale continues at GM. Mark’s lab has just won a Department of E...

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