22 Jan 2024
The CRM Group (Center for Research in Metallurgy) is an independent not-for-profit organization specializing in technological R&D innovation across metal production processes, product development, and metal applications. The organization is particularly focused on the industrial implementation of its developments. This profile highlights CRM Group's recent activities in printed and 3D additive electronic technologies.
1 Nov 2023
Founded by Dr Michael R. Watts (MIT) as a spin out from MIT, Analog Photonics was doing R&D on silicon photonics in partnership with MIT and commercialised an optical phased array (OPA) beam steering module in 2019
19 Sep 2023
Stratio has developed an innovative approach to reducing the cost of manufacturing short-wave infra-red image sensors by using germanium rather than indium gallium arsenide as the photo-sensitive material. It has also developed a range of products that demonstrate its key value proposition of affordable, portable, and versatile optical measuring devices.
7 Jul 2023
Will the Return of Major Players Drive the Growth of the SOFC Market?
Following several decades of research and development, fuel cells are beginning to enable the promise of low-emission power generation, with specific success seen for proton exchange membrane fuel cells (PEMFC).
30 Jun 2023
How Long Until Small Modular Reactors Make an Impact on Energy Grids?
By taking advantage of assembly line production, SMRs promise cost reductions and shorter construction times relative to their conventional counterparts. The first nuclear small modular reactors (SMRs) are already operational in Russia and China, but widening adoption will require both technical and regulatory developments, including development in fuel supply chains and international licensing standardization.
8 Jun 2023
Where are the Nuclear Small Modular Reactor Projects?
Innovation roadmap for the map of nuclear SMR projects.
25 May 2023
The Future of Nuclear SMRs: Will Start-ups Disrupt Established Players
Nuclear Small Modular Reactors (SMRs) aim to disrupt the nuclear industry, slashing the cost of nuclear energy to competitiveness with renewables + storage and making new decarbonization-enabling uses of nuclear power possible.