Nanosys announces pair of development deals

Oct. 20, 2003 — Nanosys Inc., a Palo Alto, Calif., developer of nanotechnology-enabled systems, announced the launch of a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)-supported joint development project with Sciperio Inc., the University of Texas at Dallas and Penn State University.


The DARPA project, in its initial phase and potentially worth $7.2 million, is being managed through the Air Force Research Labs. The project’s goal is to develop next generation communications technology using large-area electronic systems on flexible substrates.


Nanosys also announced a multi-million dollar strategic development deal with In-Q-Tel, a group funded by the Central Intelligence Agency.


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