NanoDynamics said to be in surface-hardness deal with oil major

We heard recently that nanomaterials application specialist NanoDynamics is in the late stages of a deal with an oil major to create super-hard surfaces on offshore drilling equipment, among other applications. The curious aspects to the deal: The oil major will essentially force its drilling equipm...

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