Arrowhead sells Atwater’s Aonex to AmberWave

This past week Arrowhead Research announced the sale of subsidiary, Aonex, to AmberWave Systems for $7.95 million in earn-out, plus royalties on resulting solar products. Aonex, based on the research of Harry Atwater at Caltech, was founded in 2004 to commercialize a novel wafer bonding and layer tr...

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