Carbon Nanomaterials Update 2016

Carbon nanotubes and graphene captured the imagination of industry for years before falling victim to hype and oversupply. Now, CNT companies are finally bringing valuable products to market, while graphene developers retreat to academic partnerships. To guide our clients in the space, Lux ranked ma...

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