Nantero expanding from memory to chem/bio sensors

We stopped by the offices of carbon nanotube (CNT) resistance memory technology licensor Nantero this week for a quick chat with CEO Greg Schmergel and COO Brent Segal. Nantero has been riding high since its manufacturing partner LSI Logic announced this summer that it had achieved economic yield on...

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