Liquid X Printed Metals, a Carnegie Mellon University startup, raises $1.4m while revealing new CEO.

Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) startup Liquid X Printed Metals has raised $1.4m in a series A round and also has announced a new chief executive (CEO).

Greg Babe (pictured) will be taking the helm of the Pittsburgh-based startup, which is aiming to produce nanometre-scale circuitry for electronic and medical devices from metals that can be printed with a standard inkjet computer.

Babe is the former CEO of engineering firm Orbital Engineering, and has held the same position at Bayer Corporation,…

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