Nano-Terra announces development deal with 3M

Last week, secretive Boston-based start-up Nano-Terra announced a “multi-year development and licensing agreement” with materials conglomerate 3M. Nano-Terra is based on the work of Harvard professor George Whitesides in soft lithography and molecular self-assembly. It focuses on materials applicati...

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