NL Nanosemiconductor officially changes its name to Innolume

Last week, German quantum-dot laser developer NL Nanosemiconductor officially changed its name to Innolume. This switch comes as the company tries to digest last November’s acquisition of Zia Laser, which it picked up from investors Applied Ventures, Harris & Harris, and Venrock in an apparent fire ...

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