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March 3rd, 2004

NEC claims carbon nanotube monopoly, offers licenses

Abstract:
NEC Corp. claimed Wednesday that it owns essential patents on carbon nanotubes and that, as a result, all companies that wish to make or sell carbon nanotube materials must approach the company to obtain licenses. At the same time NEC said it had granted Sumitomo Corp. a non-exclusive license to operate under the basic Japanese patents owned by NEC that cover carbon nanotubes.

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