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February 9th, 2004

Eikos claims mysterious nanotube process for transparent coatings

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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