Category Archives: Carbon_Nanoprobes

Carbon Nanoprobes establishes headquarters in Pennsylvania

Carbon Nanoprobes, a startup company developing high-resolution probes for atomic force microscopy, has established headquarters in Malvern, Pennsylvania. The company, which was based for two years in facilities at Washington Technology Center in Seattle, was drawn to Pennsylvania by state … Continue reading

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Carbon Nanoprobes recognized at Zino Society’s Life Sciences Investment Forum

Carbon Nanoprobes, a startup company developing high-resolution probes for atomic force microscopy, won a prize for best investment opportunity at the Zino Society’s first Life Sciences Investment Forum held in Seattle February 24, 2009. The company, which had teamed with … Continue reading

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Carbon Nanoprobes Closes Equity Financing

Carbon Nanoprobes, a startup company developing high-resolution probes for atomic force microscopy, successfully closed an A-round of investment capital financing and added a Chief Marketing Officer and three new directors to its management team. Related WTC links: Carbon Nanoprobes is … Continue reading

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MFL, CN Probes Partner in Breakthrough Growth of Carbon Nanotubes

In one of the most famous scenes in the 1967 film, The Graduate, Walter Brook’s character Mr. McGuire ceremoniously intimates to protagonist Benjamin Braddock (portrayed magnificently by Dustin Hoffman) that “Plastics” are the next big thing. Thirty years later, you … Continue reading

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WTC Client Profile: Carbon Nanoprobes, Inc.

Brian Ruby, founder and CEO of Carbon Nanoprobes, Inc., a New-York based start-up, recently traveled 3,000 miles from White Plains to Seattle. The reason for this journey: an in-person visit to the facility where he would undertake some of the … Continue reading

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