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February 9th, 2004

Eikos claims mysterious nanotube process for transparent coatings

Abstract:
Ask how business is going at Eikos Inc., the company Joseph Piche founded in his basement in 1996, and the answer might involve a two-hour conversation that meanders from the conductivity of carbon nanotubes to sci-fi films to the merits of the National Nanotechnology Initiative. Yet amid a flurry of caveats that most of Eikos’ work hides behind nondisclosure agreements, Piche will hint – obliquely, of course – that his business of developing transparent, conductive coatings is going quite well.

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