Nanoledge climbs the value chain from materials provider to applications

French carbon nanotube (CNT) company Nanoledge recently became the latest nanotech start-up to shift its focus away from materials production and into the production of dispersions and other intermediate products, continuing a trend we've been calling out since the October 2004 report ""Sizing Nanot...

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