NanoInk, CNI link to build nanotube devices

July 23, 2003 — NanoInk Inc. and Carbon Nanotechnologies Inc. (CNI) have teamed up to use single-wall carbon nanotubes in next-generation nanofabricated devices, according to a news release.

Company officials said combining Chicago-based NanoInk’s Dip-Pen Nanolithography (DPN) with Houston-based CNI’s nanotube technology could lead to the creation of new biological sensors and semiconductor devices. DPN, a fabrication process for building nanostructures with nearly any molecule, could enable nanotubes to be hardwired to macroscale devices for measurement of electronic and other physical properties, the release said.


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