Luna nanoWorks gearing to revamp CNT efforts

Luna nanoWorks spun off from contract research company Luna Innovations in November 2004 with an ambitious plan to commercialize both its Trimetaspheres (fullerene cages with various elements inside) as well as carbon nanotubes for a variety of applications. It succeeded in attracting government gra...

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