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June 1st, 2005
Kevin Kelleher: At a time when putting the "nano" prefix in a company's name can spark a speculative frenzy, it's probably an encouraging sign that a publicly traded company with a proven and potentially disruptive technology involving nanotech steers clear of any and all nano labels.
Cambridge Display Technology, a U.K.-based company whose stock debuted on the Nasdaq last December, is just that company. It's pushing to make its light-emitting polymer technology a fixture in future generations of flat-panel screens used in everything from 40-inch TVs to mobile phones to automobile displays.
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