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March 27th, 2003
Israeli company develops nanotube electron beam sources
El-Mul Technologies, based in Yavne (Israel), has received funding from the Office of the Chief Scientist (the Israeli Ministry of Industry and Trade) to develop novel electron beam sources made from carbon nanotubes.
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