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    US Nanocorp, Inc. (“USN”) was incorporated in 1996 as a vehicle to identify, develop, and commercialize breakthrough technologies in the field of energy storage and energy conversion...
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    Nanomaterials Discovery Corporation (NDC) develops nanostructured materials using high-throughput combinatorial electrochemical methods. Our technology and intellectual property is focused on the...
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    Global Graphene Group, Inc. (G3) is a leading material science technology and product solutions company focused on graphene. It has an award-winning, best-in-class intellectual property portfolio with...
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    Excellatron Solid State, LLC, a U.S. based technology company, is introducing innovative and enabling energy storage technology. The batteries made possible by this new proprietary technology can be...
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    LG Chem, considering both size and performance, is the leading chemical company in Korea. It is the mother company of LG Group. LG Chem is a vertically integrated chemical company that manufactures...
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    Nanotechnology is one BASF's key future issues. With the growth cluster nanotechnology, BASF is investing €180 million in research and development alone in the period up to 2008. We are concentrating...
  • Article - 23 Mar 2004
    Rechargeable batteries or accumulators are the earliest forms of storing electricity and are extensively used.
  • News - 27 Dec 2013
    Researchers have developed a way to microscopically view battery electrodes while they are bathed in wet electrolytes, mimicking realistic conditions inside actual batteries. While life sciences...
  • News - 2 Apr 2009
    For the first time, MIT researchers have shown they can genetically engineer viruses to build both the positively and negatively charged ends of a lithium-ion battery. The new virus-produced...
  • News - 17 Apr 2015
    A mechanical engineering research team from Kansas State University has discovered the solution to better cellphones and other rechargeable electronic gadgets by forming tiny nanosheet...