Nanotech Energy, Inc. was formed in 2014 to move the world's leading-edge research on graphene-based energy storage devices from the laboratory to the marketplace.
Imagine a world where you could charge your smartphone in just seconds. Same goes for laptops, power tools, medical devices, even electric cars. And then imagine that instead of traditional batteries that lose their charge very quickly, you used long-lasting energy storage systems that can last three times longer on a single charge. That's just a snapshot of a world charged by the Nanotech Graphene SUPERbattery.
Nanotech Energy is backed by researchers who are highly experienced in this field and are at the forefront of this cutting edge technology. With a research experience of over 30 years, our team has developed a wide range of nanoscale materials having the potential to change everything from conductive polymers, carbon electronics to water filtration and superhard materials. Filed in May 2002, our research team at UCLA holds one of the earliest patents on making graphene.
Nanotech Energy: Graphene-Based Batteries for Revolutionary Energy Storage
Nanotech Energy's Non-Flammable Graphene-Based Battery
In this interview, AZoNano visits the Graphene Engineering and Innovation Centre to talk with Mark Dickie, Composite Applications Manager, about how the GEIC is helping to take graphene composite innovation out of the lab and into the wider industry.
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Professor Andre Nel
In this interview, AZoNano speaks with Professor Andre Nel about his involvement in innovative research describing the development of a 'glass bubble' nanocarrier that could help drug formulations access pancreatic cancer cells.
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This product profile outlines the NanoRacer High-Speed AFM from Bruker JPK.
NMR spectroscopy is a characterization technique that is extensively used by chemical researchers.