Nanoexa claims major funding; plans nanomaterial IP roll up

We have heard a bit more from former Nanostellar CEO Michael Pak’s new venture, Nanoexa, which popped onto our radar a few weeks back (see the Lux Research Journal – February 20, 2006). Reportedly Nanoexa’s approach will differ from most nanotech start-ups in that instead of seeking development part...

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