CNT-based 'NRAM' Shows Potential as Universal Memory
Nikkei BP Semiconductor Research, June, 2014
Implications of Makimoto's Wave
IEEE Computer, Dec. 2013 (vol. 46 no. 12)
Carbon Nanotubes: Present and Future Commercial Applications
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Implications of Makimoto's Wave
IEEE Computer, Dec. 2013 (vol. 46 no. 12)
"Nantero gets $10M to move product into commercialization" MHT- Boston Business Journal, Nov 28, 2012 Nantero: the ARM of Memory
SoundView Research, Oct. 9, 2012
Best Places to Work 2011 Nanotechnology and MEMS represent a sea change in small electronics
Avionics Intelligence, October 21 2010

Nantero: Continues to Impress Nanotechnology Law and Business, Summer 2013 Volume 10 Issue 1

The Key to Smaller, More Powerful Gadgets
Scientific American, Sept, 2 2008
"In the world of nanotechnology, good things come in really small packages." Entrepreneur.com, May, 2008 "TINY Investment Inches Closer to Payoff" The Motley Fool, November 6, 2006
"Nantero Announces Routine Use of Nanotubes in Production CMOS Fabs
Carbon Nanotube Electronics Era Has Begun" Foresight, Nov, 1, 2006
"The bootless PC and terabytes on a dime" ComputerWorld, Sept, 18, 2006
"Nantero picking up nanotube development with ON Semi," EE Times , May, 23, 2006

"5 Reader Picks for Tech's Next Big Thing," MSN MoneyCentral, April, 4, 2006

"Nanotech Takes Aim at the Memory Market" NanoFile, March, 2006

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Carbon chips offer gecko strength",
IT Week
, Feb 1, 2006

"Nanotech Baby Breakers on the Horizon?", The Motley Fool, Feb 1, 2006

Ben Schlatka, Nanotechnology, Realizing the Promise of Universal Memory, from Volume 2 Issue 3 Nanotech. L&B (2005)

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"Nantero: Chasing the Next Big Thing" Design News, Oct 24, 2005

"Nanotubes refine computer memory," News @ nature.com, Oct 4, 2005

"NRAM Vies For Universal Memory Crown," Electronic Design, July 21, 2005
"Magischer Stoff," Wirtschaftwoche, June 16, 2005, p. 77.

"10 Emerging Technologies,"  MIT Technology Review, May 2005, p. 47

"The Coming Chip Revolution," BusinessWeek, April 18, 2005, p. 90. "Patents Aplenty Surfacing for Startups, Corporations," Boston Business Journal, March 28, 2005.

"From Lab to Fab," Fast Company,
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"Nanotubes in the Clean Room," Scientific American, February 2005, page 82
"Nanoengineered Memory Solutions," Solid State Technology, January 2005, page 24..

"Best of Small Tech Winners Named," Small Times, November 15, 2004.

"UNH Builds Invisible Tools: Grant Promotes Nanotechnology," Concord Monitor, November 14, 2004

"The 2004 Scientific American 50 Award: Business Leaders", Scientific American, November 11, 2004.

"Memories may mark early beachhead for nanotech", Silicon Strategies, November 5, 2004.

"Nantero to debut carbon nanotube memory in 2005", Silicon Strategies, November 4, 2004.

"Nanotechnology: Genesis of Semiconductor's Future", Semiconductor International, November 1 2004.

"10 Tech Companies for the Next 10 Years", IEEE Spectrum, November 2004.

""Small Ideas for a Big Market," Electronic Business, November 1, 2004.

Carbon Nanotube-Based Radiation Hard Nonvolatile RAM Project, $4.5M, CASE Southwest Missouri State University and Nantero, Inc.,

"Nanotech: Universe in a Grain of Sand," Businessweek, October 11, 2004, page 138.

"School Trio Lands $12.6M Nanomanufacturing Grant", Mass High Tech, Sept 27, 2004.

Nantero Wins What's Next Award from MITX (Massachusetts Innovation and Technology Exchange), for companies that have created emerging technologies expected to have profound impacts on the technology environment, Sept 22, 2004

"Nano-Made in Massachusetts?", Boston Business Journal, July 26, 2004, page 1.

Nanotubes in Space," Mass High Tech, July 26, 2004, page 1.


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"Nanotech Memory Chips Might Soon Be a Reality," New York Times, June 7, 2004. "Tiny tubes a big deal at LSI", Oregonian, June 7, 2004.µ

"Taking on the Titans: Life after the capacitor: Nantero plans to be there," Mass High Tech, December 29, 2003.

"World Economic Forum Announces Technology Pioneers for 2004," World Economic Forum, December 11, 2003.

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"On ultrafast carbon memory," The Register (UK), May 13, 2003.

"Nanoelectronics: On the tube,"
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"Nantero Creates Device for Chip-Making,", New York Times,
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"Nano Memory Chips Promise Jumbo Performance," Businessweek,
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"Very Small Business," Time,
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"Nantero's Next-Gen Memory Turns to Nanotubes", Nanotech Planet,
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"A New System for Storing Data: Think Punch Cards, but Tiny," New York Times, June 11, 2002, Section F, p. 3.
"Nanotech Products Will Arrive In Years, Not Decades",InformationWeek, May 13, 2002

"Back to the future"
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"Honey, I Shrunk the Technology",
The Engineer (UK), April 11, 2002

"VC's and Ph.D.s make
beautiful music together",
Small Times, March/April 2002, p.26.

"Silicon Valley Reboots",
Newsweek, March 25, 2002, p45-46
"The Nanotube Computer",
MIT Technology Review, March 2002

"Is small the next big thing?",
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"Breaking Free From Newton", by Jennifer Fonstad, News.com, February 5, 2002

"The Next Wave: Prospects on the local tech scene aren't all grim. Here are some firms poised to make it big.",
Boston Magazine,
February 2002, p. 23.

"Next Hot Opportunities",
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"Small world: Nanotech looks to memory
makeover," Boston Business Journal,
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Venture capitalists taking small steps into
'next big thing' of nanotechnology,
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"Ready for Nanotechnology?",
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, December 10, 2001

"Experience Wanted",
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, December 3, 2001

Venture Capitalists: Nanoscience
Should Get Down to Nanobusiness",
December 3, 2001

"Deal Flow", Red Herring,
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""Nantero funding exceeds
expectations", Interface Technology
, November 28, 2001
"Startup Profile: Nantero",
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Top Deal: Nantero gets big
bucks for tiny concept ",
Red Herring, October 31, 2001
"Memory of the Future",
InformationWeek, October 29, 2001
Woburn firm designs new
carbon-based RAM chips
Mass High Tech, October 30, 2001

Nantero, Inc. receives $6 million
in first round investment
Nanotech Planet.com, October 23, 2001

Transcending Moore's Law
Red Herring, October 1, 2001

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