New Nanostellar site visit reveals company plans to attack diesel fuel catalyst market

Last week we paid a visit to Nanostellar in Silicon Valley to visit the company’s roomy new digs. Bill Miller, founder, and Pankaj Dhingra, CEO, met us for a long chat before a guided tour with new VP of Sales and Marketing, Bulent Yavuz. Nanostellar is bustling with young scientists and engineers w...

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