3M invests in GoNano Technologies

3M New Ventures has recently invested an undisclosed sum in GoNano Technologies – a developer of coiled silica nanowires (dubbed "nanosprings") for catalyst support applications (see the June 1, 2010 LRMJ). Since catalysts often employ expensive platinum group metals (PGMs), considerable research ef...

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