3M to produce Cambrios films, but expect slow growth

We spoke with silver nanowire ink producer Cambrios' (see the July 24, 2013 LREJ) CMO Sriram (Sri) Peruvemba about 3M's recent announcement that it will begin to sell polyethylene terephthalate (PET) films coated with Cambrios' ClearOhm ink. Sri said that 3M is its first partner to sell patterned...

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