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Researchers at the University of Surrey claim to have discovered a way to grow high quality carbon nanotubes over large areas of substrate temperatures below 350ºC

According to findings published this month in Carbon Journal, this breakthrough means that lowering the substrate temperature below 400ºC would make the technology compatible with cmos and suitable for large area substrates.
 

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Carbon nanotube interconnect startup raises $4.1 million

Surrey NanoSystems Ltd. (Newhaven, England) has raised £2.5 million (about $4.1 million) in second round venture capital...
 

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Surrey Nanosystems Secures £2.5 million in Funding

Octopus Ventures, a specialist investor in early-stage and expanding companies provided ...

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£2.5million funding for Surrey NanoSystems

Among the investors are Octopus Ventures, IP Group, the University of Surrey, with the funds being targeted...

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Newhaven's hidden carbon nanotubes company, Surrey NanoSystems

The company's clever technology, developed through its relationship with the Advanced Technology Institute at the University of Surrey, enables...

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Georgia Tech pushes nanotech research with low-temp carbon nanotube tool

As ICs increase in density and functionality, speeds go up and heat increases. Georgia Tech has purchased a new tool to produce carbon nanotube heatsink structures for heat conduction and dissipation....
 

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