Nanox folds

Nanoscale perovskite-based catalyst provider Nanox (see the January 25, 2008 LRNJ) officially closed it doors and liquidated assets in December 2008; the firm's IP reverted back to Université Laval. Evidently, impatient investors wanted to get the investment off their books promptly, despite interes...

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