5 Sep 2023
Jolt Energy Storage Solutions
Jolt Energy Storage Solutions (Jolt) is based in Michigan, US and is developing organic redox flow batteries (ORFBs).
19 Jul 2023
Euclid Techlabs is a US company aiming to commercialize technologies developed for the particle accelerator community. This includes modules that enable high frequency pulsed transmission electron microscopy (TEM), and high-quality synthetic diamonds for a range of technical applications including x-ray optics and quantum sensors. IDTechEx caught up with Business Development Director Ilya Ponomarev to find out more.
28 Mar 2023
Aeternal Upcycling recycle plastic waste via catalytic hydrogenolysis. IDTechEx spoke with Dr Ryan Hackler (Co-founder and CEO).
20 Oct 2022
Ionic Mineral Technologies
Ionic Mineral Technologies are a US-based start-up aiming to become a vertically integrated supplier of silicon anodes for Li-ion batteries.
30 Sep 2022
How to 3D-Print One of the Strongest Stainless Steels
For airliners, cargo ships, nuclear power plants and other critical technologies, strength and durability are essential. This is why many contain a remarkably strong and corrosion-resistant alloy called 17-4 precipitation hardening stainless steel. Now, for the first time ever, 17-4 PH steel can be consistently 3D-printed while retaining its favorable characteristics.
12 Sep 2022
Novel Method to Make Promising Battery Material
Charging and discharging a battery cell transforms its electrode material into a "super" material.
11 Aug 2022
The World's First Rechargeable, Safe, Electric Fuel
Researchers have created a new type of flow battery that is predicated upon a composite material that they invented, which is a nanofluid where the nanoparticles are battery-active materials, that they called nanoelectrofuel.
25 Apr 2022
Lithium's Narrow Paths Limit Batteries
If you could shrink enough for a fantastic voyage across a lithium battery electrode, you'd see the level of charge at every scale is highly uneven. This is not good for the battery's health. Researchers who recognize the problem worked to view in great detail how the various particles in an electrode interact with lithium during use.