Nano-C is developing the leading technology for the manufacture of commercial scale, high-purity fullerenes and other nanoscale fullerenic materials. Originally invented by Nano-C Founder and MIT Professor Emeritus, Jack Howard, who licensed it from MIT, this technology has become the dominant manufacturing technology for commercially producing fullerenes.
Nano-C provides complete customer solutions from commercial fullerene materials to a licensed manufacturing process. We are committed to providing application and commercialization support for fullerene derivatives. The company welcomes partners who want to realize the enormous potential offered by this unique class of molecules.
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