Date(s) - May 08, 2015
8:00 am - 11:00 am
LICA Technology Transfer
in collaboration with
Brookhaven National Laboratory
11:00 am Closing Remarks
Nanotech Anti-Reflective Surface Coating Technology
A nanotechnology-based surface coating which reduces or eliminates glare and reflection on multiple surfaces, including silicon, glass or plastics used in solar panels, monitors and windows.
Superconducting Electric Grid Protection System:
Technology enables remote reliable fast management of electric grids from damaging short circuits, which can facilitate cost-effective grid expansion, current stabilization of electricity generators and safety of high voltage test labs.
Robust Renewable Chemical Feedstock:
Method to modify oilseed crops to produce high value, industrially useful fatty acids that can be effectively processed into plastics, paints and lubricants.
Water Shield for Surfaces: Nanotechnology-based surface textures enhances the repellency of non-stick coatings, preventing liquids from wetting surfaces such as glass, plastic, silicon even under high pressures or high liquid impact velocities.
Green Sulfcrete: An advanced sulfur-polymer concrete material manufactured from recycled byproduct materials with superior strength and low cost production, SulfCrete has a very low carbon footprint, no need for water and a very rapid set.
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