Parabon NanoLabs, a leading designer and manufacturer of breakthrough products at the nanoscale, announced today that Dr. Christopher Dwyer, its Co-Founder and Senior Research Scientist, received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE).
Amtech Systems, Inc., today announced that its solar subsidiary, Tempress Systems, Inc., has received approximately $6 million in solar orders for its diffusion processing systems from two new customers in Asia.
Altairnano will supply Proterra with advanced battery modules. Each module features Altairnano's 1P10S module configuration. The modules will be used by Proterra for building several EV and hybrid EV buses for municipalities and transportation authorities.
Hueper Optik International - inventor of the world's first multi-layered patented nano-ceramic window films has announced another great technological breakthrough with the successful global launch of a clear nano-ceramic coating for front windscreen application - Hueper Optik Ceramic 70.
EnerG2, a Seattle based company focused on introducing advanced nano-structured materials for next- generation energy storage breakthroughs, today announced that the United States Department of Energy has awarded the company $21.3 million in Federal stimulus funds allocated for makers of advanced automotive batteries and energy storage technologies.
The grant will be used to help implement A123's strategy for the construction of world-class lithium ion battery manufacturing facilities in the United States, with the first construction location in Livonia, Michigan.
mPhase Technologies, Inc. today announced that it has completed the first functional prototype of its Lithium Reserve Battery that will function in the AlwaysReady Emergency Flashlight. The prototype is the first time the mPhase battery technology has come together in a 'ready for production' prototype.
Electrovaya Inc. announced that Ontario's Premier Dalton McGuinty, along with members of his caucus, visited Electrovaya yesterday and announced an investment of up to $16.7 million to support battery research and pre-commercialization activities at Electrovaya.
This 3D IC technology includes four single-crystalline silicon layers having 200 nm to 60 nm feature size vertical device structures which are uniquely processed at low temperatures, below 400 degree Celsius.
Based on its recent analysis of the spintronics markets for sensor applications, Frost and Sullivan recognizes Organic Spintronics with the 2008 European Technology Innovation Award for its discovery of organic spintronics by combining organic semiconductors with ferromagnetic materials.