NanoMas makes progress towards printed electronics partnership with Optomec and Endicott Interconnect Technologies

We met with conductive ink maker NanoMas Technologies' (see the December 18, 2006 Lux Research Journal) CEO Zhihao Yang last Friday at our San Francisco offices while he was in town meeting with investors and customers. Zhihao explained that NanoMas has made progress in establishing a three-way part...

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