NanoOpto reportedly sold

We heard through our network last week that nanostructured optical component maker NanoOpto is close to finalizing a sale of its assets after closing its doors last month (see the June 25, 2007 Lux Research Journal). While details are scarce, it sounds like the buyer is a publicly-traded nanotech sp...

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