Unidym acquires Carbon Nanotechnologies Inc.

Last week, year-long rumors of the pending acquisition of Houston, TX-based carbon nanotube (CNT) manufacturer Carbon Nanotechnologies Inc. (CNI) were confirmed when Arrowhead Research’s wholly owned subsidiary Unidym announced that it has acquired CNI for $5.4 million in Arrowhead stock – far less ...

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