The contract is aimed at creating lightweight, high-performance battery solutions for real-time tracking of military assets in harsh climates, and creating high-energy batteries to power miniature unmanned aerial vehicles.
Next week, at Nanotech Northern Europe in Copenhagen, Anthony Kongats, CEO for Australia-based CAP-XX Ltd. will share lessons learned while developing his company?s nano-structured supercapacitors from government laboratory to today?s deployment in space-constrained electronics devices worldwide.
Nanophase Technologies, a leader in nanomaterials and advanced nanoengineered products, continues expansion of its direct sales efforts to new potential customers in addition to ongoing work for our valued market partners.
American Biotech Labs, creator of a new class of products based on the company's patented nano-catalytic SilverSol Technology, today announced that the agency responsible for drug and medical device oversight in India has approved four new ABL antimicrobial wound care products for sale in India.
mPhase Technologies, Inc. today said its breakthrough research in microfluidics on understanding how micro- and nanostructured surfaces could be engineered to have properties for repelling water and other types of liquids potentially used in consumer applications to enable self-cleaning surfaces.
Spire Corporation, a global solar company providing turnkey solar factories and capital equipment to manufacture photovoltaic modules worldwide, today announced that it has received a contract from GreenBrilliance to provide a turnkey photovoltaic module assembly line for that company's operation in India.
The company will display two products that it now has available for sale: metallic nanoparticles including copper, silver, nickel, aluminum, zinc, iron and cobalt; and a unique heat sink material known as CarbAl composite.
Semilab Co. Ltd., a leading supplier of non-contact wafer mapping metrology solutions for the semiconductor and solar cell industries, announced today that it has licensed key patents and transferred relevant know-how from Applied Materials, Inc.
A step forward in regulating the responsible use of nanomaterials in industry has been achieved by Thomas Swan and Co Ltd after the company?s nanotube product received the sector?s first manufacturing consent order from the US Environmental Protection Agency.