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2020
28 Sep 2020

The CNT Success Story Begins

False-start - stagnation - market explosion: The CNT success story begins, as IDTechEx forecasts significant growth
2019
14 Feb 2019

Transparent Conductive Films and Materials 2019-2029: Forecasts, Technologies, Players

IDTechEx Report: Raghu Das
2018
2 Oct 2018

Stretchable and Conformal Electronics 2019-2029

IDTechEx Report: James Hayward and Dr Xiaoxi He
2016
30 Mar 2016

CNano Technology

CNano is currently the largest carbon nanotube manufacturer in the world. The main application for the MWCNTs are batteries, where charging times are improved. CNano claim to be the biggest supplier for MWCNTs in this application.
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2015
23 Oct 2015

Graphene's centre of gravity shifts to China?

Europeans won the Nobel Prize for their work on graphene but they are not necessarily winning on the commercial front. In fact, it is the Chinese who might overtake them.
2014
4 Sep 2014

Timesnano

11 Aug 2014

OCSiAl

11 Aug 2014

Pyrograf Products

2013
15 May 2013

Bayer MaterialScience exits carbon nanotube business

Bayer MaterialScience intends to focus its development activities more intently on topics that are closely linked to its core business. For that reason the company will bring its work on carbon nanotubes (CNTs) to a close.
2 Apr 2013

Showa Denko K.K

2012
29 Nov 2012

SouthWest NanoTechnologies (now Chasm)

29 Nov 2012

Thomas Swan

29 Nov 2012

Nanocyl

Nanocyl integrates its CNTs into thermoplastic and thermoset masterbatches, water-based systems, raw powder and carbon fiber prepreg. Nanocyl optimizes the dispersion process for its customers by allowing let-down of the masterbatches only after they take care of the first step of dispersing the arranged nanotubes in the matrix.
28 Nov 2012

Arkema

2010
16 Mar 2010

CNT plant with capacity of 500 tons per year

The traditional electronics manufacturing process is poised for a paradigm shift away from expensive photolithography toward inkjet technology. Carbon nanotubes are enabling this paradigm shift due to their high conductivity and nanoscale size. This combination enables the production of new inks that create the needed conductive paths at much smaller feature sizes than is currently possible.