The NanoBusiness Commercialization Association (NanoBCA) has included NanoMech’s leaders, Dr. Ajay Malshe and Jim Phillips, to its Most Influential Nanotechnology Leaders List for the fiscal year 2011.
Ajay Malshe, Founder, Chief Technology Officer and Executive Vice President of NanoMech, stated that nanotechnology advances will help in sustainable energy efficiencies and production advancements for making ground-breaking products. NanoMech’s President and Chief Executive Officer, Jim Phillips expressed his happiness about the inclusion of their names to the nanotechnology leaders list.
NanoBCA, a dedicated organization for commercializing nanotechnology-based products, supports companies to launch life-enhancing, low-cost nanotech products in the marketplace. Every year, the organization creates a list of the top 25 nanotechnology leaders in America.
The 2011 Most Influential Nanotechnology Leaders List also includes Peter Hebert, Lux Capital’s Co-founder and Managing Partner, Dr. Mihail C. Roco, National Science Foundation’s Senior Advisor for Nanotechnology, Lloyd Whitman, Deputy Director at the Center for Nanoscale Science & Technology, and Dr. Sally Tinkle, Deputy Director at National Nanotechnology Coordination Office of the National Science and Technology Council.
Nanomech developed a lubrication additive called nGlide in June 2011. The additive significantly increases the performance and efficiency of engines and machines, while reducing America's dependence on overseas oil. The company has developed several pioneering product lines, including nGuard, Element X and Tufftek. Practical commercial and technology advancements of TuffTek and nGlide divisions of Nanomech helped its executives to join the list of nanotechnology leaders.