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September 12th, 2003
Nanotubes are bidding for star billing on big screens
Carbon nanotubes, once a darling of the display industry, are re-emerging as an attractive candidate for flat panel displays in big-screen televisions. DuPont announced Wednesday that it is licensing a carbon nanotube-based technology from the startup Nanomix for field emission displays (FEDs), while Motorola Inc. recently unveiled a competing approach using nanotubes.
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