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January 26, 2016
Local firm has hand in NASA project
On Wednesday last week, while most of the world went about its business, a NASA spacecraft was quietly breaking a distance record for solar-powered space travel with the assistance of Merrimack-based Nanocomp Technologies.
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News

  26 Jan '16   NH Technology closing in on Jupiter (Union Leader)  
  20 Jan '16   Local Firm has hand in NASA project (Nashua Telegraph)  
  1 Nov '15   Supplying forces by Janice Kleinschmidt (Specialty Fabrics Review)  
   6 Oct '15   Nanocomp Participates in NH Manufacturing Week  
  29 May '15   Nanocomp Technologies at NanoDays  
  6 June '14   Nanocomp Technologies Celebrates Expansion  
  15 May '14   Nanocomp Technologies Brings Home Two Edison Awards at 2014 Black Tie Gala  
  15 Jan '14   United States Department of Defense Provides $18.5 Million in New Funding to Expand Nanocomp Technologies' Production Capacity  
  20 Feb '13   Nanocomp named Manufacturing Leadership, Game-Changing Technology Award Winner  
  23 Jan '13   Governor Hassan tours Nanocomp  
  30 Jul '12   Nanocomp Technologies Opens New Headquarters and Advanced Manufacturing Center in Merrimack, NH  
  11 July '12   Nanotechnology Goes Big  
  08 Jun '12   Nanocomp Technologies and DuPont Form Strategic Relationship  
  March '12   A new twist on electrical wiring  
  16 Nov '11   United States Department of Defense Taps Nanocomp Technologies as Nanomanufacturing Partner  
  08 Aug '11   Nanocomp Reaches New Frontiers on NASA's Juno Mission  
  06 July '11   National Safety Council article recognizes Nanocomp Technologies' proactive approach to safety  
  06 Dec '10   Nanocomp Technologies President and CEO Peter Antoinette to speak at National Nanotechnology.  
  08 Nov '10   Nanocomp Technologies Awarded Manufacturing Contract to Support Key U.S. Army Program  
  02 Aug '10   "Making Paper That Can Stop Bullets" by Karl Burkart  
  07 Jun '10   Published in R&D Magazine as a featured materials article: "A Carbon Nano-wired World" by Christie Martin