The nanotech dead and undead at NanoBusiness 2009

While at the recent NanoBusiness 2009 conference in Chicago, we caught up with several of the walking wounded from nanomaterials firms' recent spate of bankruptcies (see the August 17, 2009 LRNJ). We first chatted with Charlie Gause, VP from Luna Innovations. Charlie was chipper despite the firm's r...

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