Luna Innovations eclipsed by bankruptcy

On July 17, 2009, Luna Innovations – a technology developer with its hands (and feet) in sensors, pharmaceuticals, therapeutics, coatings, and photovoltaics (many, though not all, nano-enabled) – announced that it was filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy. This decision was preceded by a lawsuit with Han...

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