Describes a start-up in the field of nano-technology – very small physical structures measured in billionths of a meter. The company, Surface Logix, has assembled a portfolio of intellectual property and finished some of the R & D work required to develop the latest products. Now the company has to decide what to focus specific product applications, and what resources are available for this effort.

Describes a start-up in the field of nano-technology – very small physical structures measured in billionths of a meter. The company, Surface Logix, has assembled a portfolio of intellectual property and finished some of the R & D work required to develop the latest products. Now the company has to decide what to focus specific product applications, and what resources are available for this effort.
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Joseph B. Lassiter,
Michael J. Roberts,
Kim Slack
Source: Harvard Business School
24 pages.
Publication Date: Aug 22, 2001. Prod #: 802050-PDF-ENG
Surface Logix HBR case solution