NanoDynamics IPO rumored

What other nanotech start-up is playing the investment banker bake-off? According to our network, it is NanoDynamics, the New York-based nanoparticle developer with application activities ranging from golf balls to fuel cells. As reported in the company’s profile in the just-released The Nanotech Re...

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