General Motors uses nanotechnology

We spoke this week with Anil Sachdev of General Motors about how the company is using nanotechnology to improve manufacturing. While GM is known for its work on using nanoclay platelets in automotive composites, and for exploring novel power technologies like A123Systems’ work on nano-enabled batter...

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