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Neotech AMT provide manufacturing technologies for 3D printed electronics. This profile is an update of their latest developments and their upcoming involvement in 3D electronics.
23 Nov 2023
Sylvatex are a US company aiming to commercialise a new method for producing Li-ion cathode materials.
9 Nov 2023
Brenmiller Energy is based in Israel and offers a thermal energy storage technology.
20 Oct 2023
Lhyfe is a France-based company operating in green and renewable hydrogen, specializing in onshore, on-site, and offshore production units.
11 Sep 2023
Electric Vehicle Market and OEM Performance 2015-H1 2023
Innovation roadmap for the electric vehicle (EV) market and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) performance 2015-H1 2023.
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Green Energy Storage (GES)
Green Energy Storage (GES) is an Italian-based company, developing organic redox flow batteries.
28 Aug 2023
The Evolving Landscape of Graphite Anodes in Li-ion Batteries
There continues to be lots of excitement regarding new Li-ion anode technologies. The next generation of silicon anode materials are inching closer to commercialization with the promise of improved energy density and rate capability.
11 Aug 2023
GRAIL, based in California, has developed multi-cancer early detection blood tests, based on proprietary methylation technology.
20 Jul 2023
Impact of the European Critical Raw Materials Act on Electric Motors
The European Commission has proposed the Critical Raw Materials Act to "ensure the EU's access to a secure, diversified, affordable and sustainable supply of critical raw materials".
12 Jul 2023
EU Chips Act — SemiWise
Professor Asen Asenov has been a professor at the University of Glasgow's Department of Electrical Engineering for 32 years. He has a strong background in the semiconductor industry, with 42 years of industry experience. In 2010, he founded a successful startup called 'Gold Standard Simulations' (GSS), which focused on advanced CMOS simulation tools. GSS was later acquired by Synopsys in 2016, leading to the establishment of SemiWise in 2017. SemiWise specializes in areas like low-power CMOS modeling and simulation, providing semiconductor IP, device design consulting, software solutions, and training courses.
Additionally, Prof. Asenov is involved in UK chip initiatives and advises the Bulgarian government on the EU (European) Chips Act.
IDTechEx interviewed Prof. Asenov, discussing the EU Chips Act and the competition in the semiconductor industry in July 2023.