Altairnano plows ahead in utility and military applications, but steps back from EVs

Over this past weekend, we spoke to Jeffrey McKinney, Altair Nanotechnologies’ Vice President and Chief Patent Counsel, at the annual Concept to Commerce: Emerging Energy Technologies Summit organized by UCSB’s Technology Management Program. Jeffrey mentioned that Altair currently has $10 million in...

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