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10-05/06 :: May/June 2010

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in 2010. We are reaching out for partner ships in the US to scale up volume production in 2011. We currently offer 160mAh/g NCM composite cathode material in two versions with different particle sizes and tap densities for customers in P-HEV, HEV, EV and consumer applications, working with a manufac- turing partner in Asia.” http://www.nanoexa.com

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anogate (N7G) already presented two product lines with expanded and improved products

and functionalities at the Hannover Tradeshow 2010: Innovative UV protection coatings for glass used in interiors (pro.Glass®

© NanoLumens barrier UV 401) and

scratchproof antifingerprint coatings for stainless steel (permaSeal metal 120).

At the international tradeshow for Surfaces & Coa- tings (O&S) in Stuttgart, a newly developed UV- hardening coating for plastic plates or slabs was now introduced. In cooperation with one of the largest coating service providers for finishing polycarbonate and acrylic plates and slabs, a process was developed that makes it possible to apply the material onto a variety of different types of plastic without further pretreatments using UV-hardening. The strengths of this innovation are characterized by scratch resi- stance, easy cleaning, and low process or production costs. Nanogate has completed an increase in capital a short while ago. The company bought a share of 25.1% as well as an option for the majority in the company sarastro GmbH, Germany, in cash and shares.

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wo NanoLumens flexible video displays joined fast cars and fashion in April in the famous win-

dows of Macy’s. The displays arrived at the flagship New York Herald Square store as part of a two-week promotion of IZOD’s sponsorship of IndyCar racing, said the company. http://www.nanolumens.com http://www.digitalsignageexpo.net/DNNArticleMa-

ster/DNNArticleView/tabid/78/smid/400/ArticleID/3191/ reftab/548/Default.aspx

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anoString Technologies, Inc., a privately held life sciences company marketing a comple-

te solution for detecting and counting large sets of target molecules in biological samples, announced the launch of its early access program for a unique new solution that detects copy number variation in human genomic samples. Discovery technologies for detecting CNVs can be subject to considerable false-positive rates. As a result, detected variants of interest are generally validated by real-time quanti- tative PCR (qPCR). This technique, however, is labor intensive and not readily scalable for validating or

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