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February 9th, 2005

Nano-Proprietary and Shimane Institute to Collaborate

Abstract:
Austin, Texas-based Nano-Proprietary, Inc., through its subsidiary, Applied Nanotech, Inc. (ANI), today announced that it has entered into a research and development agreement with Shimane Institute for Industrial Technology (SIIT) to develop a new aluminum alloy using carbon nanotubes that has thermal conductivity 4-5 times greater than aluminum metal. SIIT is a technology organization fully supported by the government of Shimane Prefecture, Japan.

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