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February 5th, 2007

Two of the Top 10 Patents in Nanotechnology at Crowley & Tripp

Abstract:
Well-known in the pro audio industry for their novel approach to ribbon microphones, Crowley and Tripp also have a lesser-known side. What most people don't know is that Soundwave Research Laboratories, the company behind Crowley and Tripp microphones, has a sister company in the same facility called AMBIT Corporation. AMBIT is an intellectual property and technology development company focused on research of new methods and materials, specifically nanotechnology. Nanotechnology includes things like carbon nanotubes and also micro circuits for computers, and other advanced systems and materials that are expected to impact the products we buy in the future. In 2006, AMBIT was awarded two new patents, and, it turns out, these two patents made a list of the Top Ten most important nanotech patents of the year, occupying the 7th and 2nd spots on the charts.

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