Cnano Technology is a world-leading manufacturer of carbon nanotube materials for batteries and polymer composites.
Envia Systems develops innovative materials that enable high performance, lower cost lithium-ion batteries for the automotive, consumer electronics, and UAV markets.
ESS produces high-efficiency iron-based flow batteries for low-cost, dependable storage of renewable energy.
A2M produces materials in microgravity.
Tivra is developing materials that will enable a step change in LED cost and performance.
NewLeaf is commercializing live bacteria formulations for improved agricultural yields.
Redlen is a leading radiation imaging company enabling high performance detection and imaging equipment in the medical and security industries.
Vestaron is commercializing a new generation of environmentally-benign insecticides derived from compounds discovered in spider venom.
Calysta is using advanced biological processes to produce food and specialty chemicals from methane.
CarbonCure retrofits concrete plants with a technology that recycles waste carbon dioxide to make affordable, greener concrete products.
Switch Materials has compelling energy efficient smart window technology for the automotive market.
3DPco is developing breakthrough materials for 3D printing.
Boulder Ionics was acquired by CoorsTek in 2014 after developing a cost breakthrough in the production of ionic liquids for batteries and ultracapacitors.
Cyrium was acquired in 2013 after developing the world’s most efficient commercial concentrated photovoltaic solar cell.
RSI was acquired in 2014 after developing a proprietary electroplating process for thin film CdTe photovoltaics.
Kovio was acquired by Thinfilm Electronics in 2014 after developing world-leading printed semiconductor electronics.
Pionetics was acquired by Rayne Water in 2009, after developing effective home water treatment systems and products.
Semprus BioSciences was acquired by Teleflex in 2012 after developing functional surfaces with anti-microbial and anti-fouling properties.
Inmat provided an exit to Pangaea in 2013 after commercializing innovative nanocomposite packaging materials products.
Nanox was acquired by Nanogestion in 2009 after developing nano-perovskite catalysts for diesel oxidation.