Unidym CNTs get face-time in LCD and e-paper prototypes

At the Society for Information Display (SID) conference last week, carbon nanotube manufacturer and application developer Unidym announced the results of two ongoing joint development agreements for display applications. First, Unidym showed off the result of its collaboration with Silicon Display T...

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