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in 2010. We are reaching out for partner ships in the US to scale up volume production in 2011. We currently offer 160mAh/g NCM composite cathode material in two versions with different particle sizes and tap densities for customers in P-HEV, HEV, EV and consumer applications, working with a manufac- turing partner in Asia.” http://www.nanoexa.com
anogate (N7G) already presented two product lines with expanded and improved products
and functionalities at the Hannover Tradeshow 2010: Innovative UV protection coatings for glass used in interiors (pro.Glass®
© NanoLumens barrier UV 401) and
scratchproof antifingerprint coatings for stainless steel (permaSeal metal 120).
At the international tradeshow for Surfaces & Coa- tings (O&S) in Stuttgart, a newly developed UV- hardening coating for plastic plates or slabs was now introduced. In cooperation with one of the largest coating service providers for finishing polycarbonate and acrylic plates and slabs, a process was developed that makes it possible to apply the material onto a variety of different types of plastic without further pretreatments using UV-hardening. The strengths of this innovation are characterized by scratch resi- stance, easy cleaning, and low process or production costs. Nanogate has completed an increase in capital a short while ago. The company bought a share of 25.1% as well as an option for the majority in the company sarastro GmbH, Germany, in cash and shares.
wo NanoLumens flexible video displays joined fast cars and fashion in April in the famous win-
dows of Macy’s. The displays arrived at the flagship New York Herald Square store as part of a two-week promotion of IZOD’s sponsorship of IndyCar racing, said the company. http://www.nanolumens.com http://www.digitalsignageexpo.net/DNNArticleMa-
anoString Technologies, Inc., a privately held life sciences company marketing a comple-
te solution for detecting and counting large sets of target molecules in biological samples, announced the launch of its early access program for a unique new solution that detects copy number variation in human genomic samples. Discovery technologies for detecting CNVs can be subject to considerable false-positive rates. As a result, detected variants of interest are generally validated by real-time quanti- tative PCR (qPCR). This technique, however, is labor intensive and not readily scalable for validating or