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July 4th, 2004

Deal aims at nanotube TVs

An alliance between SouthWest NanoTechnologies and a Texas-based company may help improve quality and lower the cost of flat-panel televisions and computer monitors. Through the partnership, Applied Nanotech Inc. of Austin is authorized to use the high-quality, single-wall carbon nanotubes produced by SouthWest NanoTechnologies of Norman and is also authorized to represent SouthWest NanoTechnologies on a nonexclusive basis in Asia.


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