Nanoco Technologies  Exhibit 1014  Part 1 of 2  f

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98/19963
WO 98/33070
WO 98/36376
WO 98/46372
Assignee: Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, Cambridge, MA (US1)
C')Notice:
OTHER PUBLICATIONS
TIs patent issuied on a continued prosecution application filed under 37 CFR
1.53(d), and is subject to the twenty year
patent term provisions of 35 U .S.C.
1 54(aX2)Subject to any disclaimer, the term of this
patent is extended or adjusted under 35
U.S.C. 154(b) by 60 days.
Appl. No.: 08/969,302
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Filed:
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Int. CL..................
B32B 5/16
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428/570
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