More bad news from NanoDynamics: layoffs and restructuring

NanoDynamics recently announced that it has laid off a small number of employees and is restructuring to focus on near-term commercial projects. Alan Rae, NanoDynamics’ Vice President of Innovations, foreshadowed the restructuring to us during a recent conversation, just prior to the latest announce...

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