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Partners back nanotube memory for production push

12/3/2012 12:20 PM EST
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Jayna Sheats
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re: Partners back nanotube memory for production push
Jayna Sheats   12/4/2012 5:34:07 PM
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12 years and still no liquidity for the founders and early investors...! I'd like to know what the terms of the investment were.

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krisi   12/4/2012 12:02:14 AM
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Sounds exciting for carbon nanotubes...would anyone from Nantero be interested in presenting at emerging technologies meeting in Whistler in 2013? details at www.cmosetr.com, pls contact kris.iniewski@gmail.com

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resistion   12/3/2012 12:53:07 PM
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How are these cells encapsulated?

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