Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

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Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is a member of the national laboratory system supported by the U.S. Department of Energy through its Office of Science. It is managed by the University of California (UC) and is charged with conducting unclassified research across a wide range of scientific disciplines. Berkeley Lab was founded in 1931 by Ernest Orlando Lawrence, a UC Berkeley physicist who won the 1939 Nobel Prize in physics for his invention of the cyclotron, a circular particle accelerator that opened the door to high-energy physics.
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2024
15 Feb 2024

Materials Informatics 2024-2034: Markets, Strategies, Players

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16 Jan 2024

Long Duration Energy Storage Market 2024-2044: Technologies, Players, Forecasts

IDTechEx Report: Conrad Nichols, Dr Alex Holland and Chingis Idrissov
5 Jan 2024

LiquidCool Solutions — Chassis-Based Immersion Cooling

This is a full company profile on LiquidCool Solutions. IDTechEx Analyst, Yulin Wang, recently interviewed Herb Zien, Vice Chair of LiquidCool Solutions. Herb discussed LiquidCool Solutions' unique technology of chassis-based immersion cooling, as well as the unique advantages that it offers compared to direct-to-chip/cold plate cooling and traditional tank-based immersion cooling.
2023
11 Oct 2023

Graphene Market & 2D Materials Assessment 2024-2034: Technologies, Markets, Players

IDTechEx Report: Dr Conor O'Brien
14 Aug 2023

Aerogels 2024-2034: Technologies, Markets and Players

IDTechEx Report: Dr James Edmondson
21 Jun 2023

Carbon Nanotubes 2023-2033: Market, Technology & Players

IDTechEx Report: Dr Conor O'Brien and Dr Alex Holland
24 Jan 2023

Solid-State and Polymer Batteries 2023-2033: Technology, Forecasts, Players

IDTechEx Report: Dr Xiaoxi He
2022
22 Nov 2022

Batteries for Stationary Energy Storage 2023-2033

IDTechEx Report: Conrad Nichols and Dr Alex Holland
31 Aug 2022

DNA Sequencing 2023-2033: Technologies, Markets, and Forecasts

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30 Aug 2022

Print, Recycle, Repeat: a Biodegradable Printed Circuit

Some experts predict that our e-waste problem will only get worse over time, because most electronics on the market today are designed for portability, not recyclability. Tablets and readers, for example, are assembled by gluing circuits, chips, and hard drives to thin layers of plastic, which must be melted to extract precious metals like copper and gold. Burning plastic releases toxic gases into the atmosphere, and electronics wasting away in landfill often contain harmful materials like mercury, lead, and beryllium.
10 Aug 2022

A Simple, Cheap Material for Carbon Capture, Perhaps from Tailpipes

Carbon dioxide is the main greenhouse gas warming Earth and is emitted in large quantities in the flue gas from industrial and power plants. A new method for removing CO2 from these flue gases involves piping the emissions through a porous material based on the chemical melamine. DETA, a chemical bound inside the porous melamine, grabs CO2 and removes it from the gas, with nitrogen vented to the atmosphere.
24 Jun 2022

New Ultrathin Capacitor Could enable Energy Efficient Microchips

The silicon-based computer chips that power our modern devices require vast amounts of energy to operate. Despite ever-improving computing efficiency, information technology is projected to consume around 25% of all primary energy produced by 2030. Researchers in the microelectronics and materials sciences communities are seeking ways to sustainably manage the global need for computing power.
24 Jan 2022

Funding for Megawatt Truck Charging Along California Freight Corridors

The Electric Power Research Institute and CALSTART have been awarded $13 million from the California Energy Commission to jump start California's high-power charging infrastructure for medium and heavy-duty vehicles. The two organizations will lead a first-of-its-kind collaboration to launch the country's first zero-emission, freight-charging corridor network.
2021
13 Dec 2021

Advanced Li-ion and Beyond Lithium Batteries 2022-2032: Technologies, Players, Trends, Markets

IDTechEx Report: Dr Alex Holland and Dr Xiaoxi He
29 Nov 2021

Big Batteries on Wheels Can Deliver Zero-Emissions Rail, Secure Grid

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25 Oct 2021

New Technique Paves Way for Perfect Perovskites

An exciting new solar material called organic-inorganic halide perovskites could one day help the US achieve its solar ambitions and decarbonize the power grid. One thousand times thinner than silicon, perovskite solar materials can be tuned to respond to different colors of the solar spectrum simply by altering their composition mix.
9 Sep 2021

Printed and Flexible Sensors 2022-2032: Technologies, Players, Markets

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2020
22 Oct 2020

Opus 12

Opus 12 is a green technology start-up company developing methods for catalytically converting carbon dioxide into chemicals and fuels, with the aim of reducing the carbon footprints of the world's heaviest emitters while creating a new revenue stream from what is discarded today as a waste product. In October 2020, IDTechEx Senior Technology Analyst Dr Michael Dent spoke with Etosha Cave, COO and co-founder of Opus 12.
17 Aug 2020

Cypris Materials

Cypris Materials is an early stage company from California. They are commercializing a new method of printing colored inks that relies on co-polymers that self-assemble to create structural color rather than using dyes or pigments.
24 Jul 2020

Battery Breakthrough Boosts Electric Flight, Long-Range Electric Cars

In the pursuit of a rechargeable battery that can power electric vehicles for hundreds of miles on a single charge, scientists have endeavored to replace the graphite anodes currently used in EV batteries with lithium metal anodes.