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Home > News > Cancer cure company wins business plan challenge

March 27th, 2006

Cancer cure company wins business plan challenge

Abstract:
Another finalist, named Enprea, is an upstart from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Its plan, which called for an initial $1.8 million from venture capitalists, was to commercialize a carbon nanotube material that it claimed boosts the capacity of lithium batteries by 200 percent. The company's "zeolite templating" technique, for which it has patents, would be a low-cost add-on for batteries to improve their lifetime, according to Enprea.

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