Posted: December 19, 2007

Nanotechnology Companies Planning to Go Public

(Nanowerk News) The New York Times today carries an article describing how nanotechnology companies, nurtured on billions of dollars in government grants and venture investments through most of this decade, are getting ready to go public.
The companies mentioned in the article are NanoGram, which earns revenues by licensing innovations to manufacturers of optical and electronic products; Unidym, a carbon nanotube specialist which is working with companies that produce the touch screens for cellphone devices, ATMs and airport check-in terminals; and NanoDynamics, a company that has developed a nanotechnology-enabled fuel cell that generates hydrogen energy at military bases and factories.
Read the full story here.
Source: The New York Times
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