Z-Cube Srl, the corporate venture arm of Zambon Company SpA, and Yissum Research Development Company Ltd., the technology transfer company of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, announced today that they have entered into a license agreement for Z-Cube to develop and commercialize an innovative nanotechnology drug delivery system for the treatment of pain.
In conjunction with the Intersolar 2009 tradeshow being held in Munich from May 27-29, Applied Materials is hosting a press event with solar industry experts to discuss how these proposed new policies will shape the future of solar power and open new markets, including the vast and fragmented American utility market.
Cancer Therapeutics, Inc., an emerging biotechnology business incubator with a specific emphasis on disruptive cancer treatments and nanotechnology, announced today it anticipates a definitive agreement to acquire a minority ownership share of NanoTherapies, LLC will be finalized by the end of this month.
Seattle-based Modumetal, Inc has announced a formal agreement with Austria-based Happy Plating to leverage the company?s experience and electrochemical manufacturing infrastructure to create a European commercial manufacturing base for Modumetal?s advanced nanolaminated coatings.
NanoSight announces their close involvement in the research and development of a new generation of novel instrumentation and methodologies aimed at measuring cellular nanoparticles in plasma and urine as biomarkers of a broad range of human disease conditions.
Quallion LLC, a world leader in the development of customized high quality lithium ion batteries for medical, military, aerospace, and vehicle applications, announced that it had submitted a proposal to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for a grant under the Recovery Act ? Electric Drive Vehicle Battery and Component Manufacturing Initiative.
Dr. Graciela Blanchet, a pioneer in the field of organic electronics, has been named Chief Technology Officer at Nano Terra, Inc., a leading surface engineering and nanotechnology development company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
New Energy Technologies, Inc. today announced that, in addition to the active development of its MotionPower technologies for generating electricity by harvesting the kinetic energy of moving vehicles, the Company is continuing to further advance the development of its tinted transparent glass SolarWindows capable of generating electricity by coating glass surfaces with the world's smallest known organic solar cells.