Arrowhead Research uses previously neglected CNT IP to fuel its newest venture

We sat down last week with the new president of nanotech incubator Arrowhead Research, Leon Ekchian, and Arrowhead's Chairman and CEO Bruce Stewart. We pressed Bruce and Leon for details on Arrowhead's new carbon nanotube venture, Nanopolaris, which was formed to aggregate carbon nanotube patents. A...

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