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March 29th, 2004

ISTN and ITRI to collaborate

Abstract:
ISTN announced today a joint development agreement beginning April 1st with the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), the primary R&D center for emerging technology in Taiwan, to develop computer cooling systems using ISTNís proprietary nanocomposite technology. ISTN will initially receive funding from ITRI over a two-year period to help create new heat-pipe and thermoelectric devices using ISTNís silica nanopore technology.

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