New Method Provides Nanoscale Details of Electrochemical Reactions in Electric Vehicle Battery Materials

Brookhaven National Laboratory study also provides the first direct experimental evidence to support a particular model of the electrochemical reaction.

The Next Graphene?

UC Riverside engineers awarded grant to study new class of ultra-thin film materials that could improve the performance of personal electronics, optoelectronic devices and energy conversion systems.

Corporate Spotlight Interview: Part II, with Nanocomp

TechConnect's Exclusive Follow Up Interview with Mr. Peter Antoinette, President and CEO, Nanocomp

Corporate Spotlight Interview, SABIC

TechConnect Interview with Mr. Andrew Kodis, Director, Technology Identification & Acquisition, SABIC

Corporate Spotlight Interview: BASF

TechConnect Interview with Dr. Michael Pcolinski, Vice President, Technology and Innovation, BASF

Corporate Spotlight Interview: Ingersoll Rand

TechConnect Interview brief by Mr. Leandre Adifon, Vice President, Enterprise Systems Engineering & Advanced Technology, Ingersoll Rand

Centers of Research Excellence in Science and Technology

National Science Foundation Deadline: August 13, 2014

Clean Energy Manufacturing Innovation Institute for Composite Materials and Structures

US Department of Energy Deadline: June 24, 2014