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February 4th, 2004

Carbon Nanotechnologies Inc. Announces Issue of Key Patent

Abstract:
Carbon Nanotechnologies Inc. (CNI) announced today the issue of a key patent that is central to the development of real-world applications of nanotechnology. This patented technology opens a wide world of opportunity to link carbon nanotubes to each other and to other species and substrates, greatly enhancing the potential of carbon nanotubes and broadly expanding their range of end uses. This technology is part of the intellectual property developed by Nobel-Prizewinning chemist Dr. Richard Smalley and was licensed exclusively to CNI from Rice University in 2001.

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