Applied Nanotech to merge with NanoHolding, but commercial impact is likely minimal

Multi-walled carbon nanotube (MWNT) intermediate developer Applied Nanotech (see the October 8, 2012 LRMJ) and NanoHolding, parent company of coating start-up Nanofilm (see the January 31, 2010 LRMJ), recently announced plans to merge. The resulting company will be named PEN Inc., of which Applie...

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