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June 21st, 2004

Nanocyl S.A. Receives 2004 Frost & Sullivan Entrepreneurial Award

Abstract:
In a recent study, World Carbon Nanotubes Market, Frost & Sullivan highlighted Nanocyl S.A. as an emerging company with a great vision. Nanocyl has been enabling an emerging technology while making sure that it grows with the technology, overcoming numerous hurdles that confront a small company. Nanocyl specializes in the production and functionalization of nanotubes, enabling it to integrate carbon nanotubes into polymers, metals, and biomaterials. Intellectual property is a valuable asset in a promising technology area such as CNT and Nanocyl is fully aware of this.

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