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Home > Press > Selah Technologies Receives Patent for Selah Tubes™

Abstract:
Selah Technologies, an advanced materials
manufacturer, announced today that it has received a patent covering the carbon
single wall nanotube enrichment process to produce Selah Tubes™. Selah has
the worldwide exclusive license for US Patent No. 7,374,685 from Clemson
University.

Selah Technologies Receives Patent for Selah Tubes™

Greenville, SC | Posted on June 17th, 2008

"The issuing of the patent covering our process to produce Selah Tubes™ is a
significant technological and valuation milestone in our young company's
history," said Ken Morgan, COO of Selah Technologies. "We have also recently
received the International Preliminary Report on patentability for the patent that
covers Selah Dots™, our second platform technology. That report states that all
of the claims meet the criteria for patentability. These two technologies are the
cornerstones of our business."
Selah Dots™ are carbon-based quantum dots that can be used for various
applications, including life sciences, solar cells and anti-counterfeiting, among
others. Selah Tubes™, enriched carbon nanotubes, have a number of
applications due to their impressive electrical conductivity properties.

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About Selah Technologies
Located near Greenville, SC, Selah Technologies, LLC is a privately held
advanced materials manufacturing company founded in 2006. Selah’s mission is
to consistently deliver high quality nanomaterials and nanotechnology enabled
products to the global marketplace.

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Michael Bolick

864-630-4034

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