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Carbice develops innovative materials solutions that produce substantial value in electronic device markets including LEDs, high power computers, mobile devices, aerospace, and defense. We offer disruptive materials and substrates with low thermal resistance, high mechanical compliance, and excellent durability under the world's most demanding application conditions. Advanced Technology Development Center 75 5th Street Northwest #200 Tech Square, Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA 30308
Jeff Morse, Ph.D.The National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI) has evolved over time in both structure and focus - with growing emphasis in recent years on environmental, health, and safety research, coordination am
Massachusetts Awards $3 Million to Northeastern University to Drive Development of Smart Sensors and Nanoscale Materials
Today the Baker-Polito Administration announced a $3 million grant to Northeastern University to establish the Advanced Nanomanufacturing Cluster for Smart Sensors and Materials (“ANSSeM”), a conso
Neal Singer, Sandia National Laboratories - NewsA perpetual quest of manufacturers and viewers is for ever-brighter colors and better images for flat-panel displays built from less expensive materials that also use less electricity.
Yuriy Garbovskiy, PhD; University of Colorado Colorado SpringsLiquid crystal devices (laptops, cameras, mobile phones, TVs, monitors, etc.) became an important facet of modern society.
WebinarWednesday, May 11, 2016 - 2:00pm http://www.nano.gov/SMEwebinars2016 The National Nanotechnology Coordination Office (NNCO) will hold its next free webinar focusing on the experiences, successes, and challenges for small- and medium-sized businesses working in nanotechnology and on issues of interest to the business community on Wednesday, May 11, 2016, from 2-3 PM EDT. The webinar will be hosted by the National Science Foundation’s Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing, at Northeastern University’s College of Engineering in Boston. Who: Speakers at the event will include: • Marcie Black: CEO and co- founder of Advanced Silicon Group (ASG). Prior to founding ASG, Dr. Black held positions on the technical staff at Los Alamos National Laboratory and on the engineering staff at Motorola, and o-founded Bandgap ngineering. She was named one of the “Women to Watch in 2010” by Mass High Tech. ASG makes low-cost nanowire arrays for use in solar photovoltaic arrays and in devices to detect biological contaminants. • Viktor Vejins: President and CEO of Nano-C, Inc., based outside of Boston. Previously, Mr. Vejins led an advanced materials start-up funded exclusively by Cabot Corporation targeting transportation-related applications. Prior to joining Cabot, he as a management consultant with Arthur D. Little, Inc. and AT Kearney in chemicals and materials. Nano-C is commercializing nanostructured carbon-based materials and chemicals for applications in electronics and renewable energy. Registration: To register now, please visit the following link:https://nnco.adobeconnect.com/e5qcrz3fp0q/event/registration.html About the Event: Members of the nanotechnology business community, as well as interested members of the general public, media, academia, industry, NGOs, and Federal, state, and local governments, are encouraged to participate. Invited speakers will begin the event by providing an overview of their experiences, successes, and challenges in the nanotechnology small business space. This will be followed by a Q&A segment with members of the public. Questions for the panel can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org from now through the end of the webinar at 3 PM on May 11, 2016. This webinar is free and open to the public with registration on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration is now open and will be capped at 500 people. To learn more about the event, please visit our website: http://www.nano.gov/SMEwebinars2016
INM – Leibniz Institute for New MaterialsResearch scientists at INM - Leibniz Institute for New Materials are presenting a new process that, in a single step, allows manufacture of conductive pat
HE3DA Ltd. is an innovator in applied research and commercialization of battery technologies. The company’s 3D technology and Li-battery production processes are based on three dimensional electrodes using lithium nano-materials (patented HE3DA® technology). Beranových 130 199 05 Praha - Letňany Czech republic
Ed Blaguszewski, UMass News & Media RelationsThe University of Massachusetts Amherst is a research partner in Advanced Functional Fibers of America (AFFOA), a new $317 million public-private partnership an
Marlowe Newman, NNCO Communications DirectorThis document is a supplement to the President’s 2017 Budget request submitted to Congress on Febru
Lloyd Whitman - OSTP; Lisa Friedersdorf - NNCOThe Administration’s updated Strategy for American
Amanda Hils, Public Affairs Specialist USDAAgriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced an investment of more than $5.2 million to support nanotechnology research at 11 universities.
Alkane fuel is a key ingredient in combustible material such as gasoline, airplane fuel, oil — even a homemade bomb.
Ker Than, Caltech NewsA team of researchers led by Caltech scientists has shown that nanoparticles can function to target tumors while avoiding adjacent healthy tissue in human cancer patients.
Highly crystalline nano particles, known as nano crystalline cellulose (NCC), are released when cellulose fibrils are processed under carefully controlled conditions. A unique technique for the self-assembly of NCC particles into highly ordered, cellular structures has recently been developed by Melodea and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. NCC-Foam will address this process by developing commercially-viable, lightweight, rigid foam core materials from self-assembled nano-crystalline cellulose (NCC). 4A Broom Business Park Bridge Way Chesterfield, UK S41 9QG
Marlowe Newman, NNCO Communications DirectorAs a part of the White House Water Summit held yesterday on World Water Day,
Melanie Schefft, University of Cincinnati NewsUniversity of Cincinnati physicists are seeing big potential in small semiconductor nanowires for improved optical infrared sensor technologies.
Nano One is a Vancouver-based technology company with a scalable industrial process for producing low cost high performance energy storage materials for batteries and a wide range of advanced nanostructured composite materials. The core technology assembles low-cost raw materials in solution (such as lithium, cobalt, magnesium) at high rates of production, prior to industrial driers and kilns completing the reaction. 620-650 West Georgia Street Vancouver, British Columbia Canada V6B 4N9
Ben Stein, Director of Media Relations, NISTManufacturers may soon have a speedy and nondestructive way to test a wide array of materials under real-world conditions, thanks to an advance that researchers at the National Institute of Standar
WebinarWednesday, March 23, 2016 - 11:00pm https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4836401279515367171 Join FlexTech and Lux Research's Tony Sun in a free webinar on business strategies that are working for growing flex electronics start up companies. Tony will focus on information uncovered at the recently-held 2016FLEX event in Monterey, California. His talk on "Don't be the next Blackberry" highlighted how some companies get caught flat-footed as technology changes and use cases change and don't make it up the next growth curve. The webinar will kick off with a few highlights and short recap from the recent event from moderator and FlexTech Senior Director, Heidi Hoffman.