20 May 2020
eLux is a startup phase company developing microLED display technology based on fluidic assembly.
19 Jul 2013
Antifreeze, cheap materials may lead to low-cost solar energy
A process combining some comparatively cheap materials and the same antifreeze that keeps an automobile radiator from freezing in cold weather may be the key to making solar cells that cost less and avoid toxic compounds, while further expanding the use of solar energy.
15 Feb 2013
Sharp Technology Ventures (STV)
Sharp Laboratories of America is the US R&D center of Sharp Corporation. In its early years, Sharp Labs started providing fabrication services to some of their key partners. This activity evolved into contract research and the launch of a new entity: Sharp Technology Ventures (STV).
15 Mar 2010
Printing large batteries
170 years ago, Faraday appreciated the different electrical properties of nano gold over bulk metal in electrical devices, so applying nanotechnology to these things is scarcely new. However, the huge sums now being applied to improvement of lithium traction batteries in particular are now leading to work on a much larger scale and thin film technology, nanotechnology and printing are in increasingly important part of this.
11 Mar 2010
Lithium vehicle traction batteries and harvesting
The conference of about 40 people "Lithium Battery Technology and System Development" in London 9 March 2010 was concerned with "breaking barriers for electric vehicles".
13 Aug 2009
Printable silicon material
NanoGram Corporation has announced the successful fabrication of the first thin film transistor (TFT) produced by ambient printed nanosilicon to reach a carrier mobility of 2.0 cm2/Vs.
9 Jul 2009
NanoGram's ambient printed nanosilicon achieves mobility of 2cm2/Vs
NanoGram Corporation, a developer and manufacturer of advanced materials and solutions for optical, electronic and energy applications, has announced the successful fabrication of the first thin film transistor (TFT) produced by ambient printed nanosilicon to reach a carrier mobility of 2.0 cm2/Vs.