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Nanotube Start-up Secures Funds to Commercialize Low-temperature Process

4:05 AM MDT | August 27, 2009 | Alex Scott

Surrey NanoSystems (Newhaven, U.K.) says it has secured second round funding of £2.5 million ($4.2m) from investors including Octopus Ventures (London), IP Group (London), and the University of Surrey (Guildford, U.K.) to commercialize a low-temperature process for growing carbon nanotubes.   Surrey NanoSystems’ carbon nanotubes are designed for use as an interconnection technology in semiconductor devices. “The innovation will help silicon integrated circuit manufacturers to overcome a critical problem that threatens the evolution to...

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