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July 23rd, 2004
Nano-made in Massachusetts?
After Eikos Inc. Chief Executive Joe Piche spoke at a Nikkei-sponsored symposium on nanotechnology in March, the 19-employee company fielded a flurry of orders for its conductive carbon nanotube coatings used in display screens. "The result has been a tsunami of companies that want to get this into production," Piche said. "We have been completely inundated."
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