Polyera embarks on agressive technology development path with clear objective in mind

While traveling in Chicagoland this week, we dropped in on Polyera to chat with CEO Phil Inagaki. The company is located in the newly opened Illinois Science and Technology Park, in the same building with another notable nanotechnology company, Nanoink, and surrounded by high-tech neighbors. After w...

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