Charging Ahead: Carbon Nanotubes Could Hold Long-Sought Battery Technology Breakthrough

In the drive to devise more efficient and durable batteries, one promising option uses carbon nanotubes, which not only can store far more electricity by weight than lithium ion batteries but also retain their charge for a much longer time.

University of Maryland scientists have created nanostructures able to store and transport power at 10 times the energy density of lithium-ion batteries.

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How 3D Batteries Can Power Our Future

Bruce Dunn is a Professor of Materials Science at UCLA’s Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science.

Researchers Create Micro-Battery with 3D Printer

This 3d nano printed battery is the size of a piece of sand has same energy density as a cell phone battery.

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Note: Our 3D Nano structure is grown not printed, which will save time in the 3D battery manufacturing process.

New Nanotech Breakthrough Promises 30-second Smartphone Charging

3D nano crystals can be used to make a capacitor/battery unit that charges a dead cell phone to full in under 30 seconds.

Note: Our 3D Nano technology is lighter and has more density than crystal.

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16th Annual Wall Street Green Summit

We will be exibiting at the 16th Annual Wall Street Green Summit March 27, 2017.  For more information visit:

The Next Step in Nanotechnology

IBM’s George Tulevski wants to use carbon nanotubes to revolutionize microchip design. Note: Our technology solves this problem:

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