President of QuesTek highlights nanostructured alloy efforts at the 2009 NanoBusiness Alliance Conference

While at the NanoBusiness 2009 conference, we heard President and Founder Charles Kuehmann of QuesTek Innovations present its efforts on nanostructured alloys. The 1996 Northwestern University spin-out produces and sells structural alloys – many of which are nanostructured – as well as licenses tech...

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