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Harris & Harris Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: TINY), an early-stage, active investor in transformative nanotechnology companies, notes that Cambrios Technologies Corporation today announced its partnership with sensor-maker Polymer Co., Ltd. to develop large area touch sensors made with Cambrios' ClearOhm™ coating material for Ultrabooks and tablet computers. This partnership accelerates their mutual efforts to commercialize cost-effective, high-performance solutions for large area touch applications. Cambrios will showcase tablets and Ultrabooks utilizing these touch sensors at CEATEC JAPAN 2012, October 2-6, 2012. The press release can be accessed at www.fiercecio.com/press-releases/cambrios-and-shin-etsu-polymer-co-ltd-showcase-tablet-and-ultrabook-touch-s.
Harris & Harris Group is an investor in privately held Cambrios Technologies Corporation.
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