Category Archive for "In the News"

Silver Nanowires Get Large

The arguments for replacing indium tin oxide (ITO) with non-ITO transparent conductors are powerful and widely known.

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Nissha partners with C3Nano

Today, Nissha and C3Nano announced they are partnering to develop silver nanowire type transparent conductor for touch sensor applications.

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C3nano seals acquisition of Asia’s largest manufacturer of silver nanowire, Aiden Co. Ltd. Korea

C3nano, Inc. announced today that it has acquired the major supplier of silver nanowire (AgNW) in Asia, Aiden Co. Ltd. of Korea. Recognized as the quality and manufacturing leader in AgNWs, Aiden’s breakthroughs in synthesizing uniform AgNWs at large scale is…

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Hello, future: Samsung’s flexible displays coming next year

We’ve heard a lot from Samsung over the past few months about its flexible next-generation displays.

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Flexible screens, here we come! C3Nano raises $6.7M for next-gen displays

C3Nano, a company that makes the technology behind some of those transparent, flexible screens y’all are so crazy about, has just announced a $6.7 million round of funding.

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ITO-replacement startup raises $3.2 million

LONDON – Stanford University spin-out company C3Nano Inc. has raised $3.2 million in a Series-A round of financing to help it bring its carbon nanotube (CNT) based transparent electrode ink and film to market.

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Stanford Spinout C3Nano Raises Funds for Solar, Screens

Transparent electrodes might sound like a bit of high-tech machinery, but they’re the basic components of many electronic screens, from cell phones to solar panels. And there’s money to be made in making better versions of these everyday conductive coatings….

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A Truly Concrete Business Plan

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s entrepreneurship competition, the M.I.T. 100k, gave a new venture, C-Crete Technologies, top honors and a $100,000 cash prize on Wednesday night. One of 204 initial competitors, the company advanced to the finals through a year-long…

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Stanford team wins MIT Clean Energy Prize with new solar material

C3Nano, Inc., a company founded by Stanford University students, has won the 2010 MIT Clean Energy Prize for the development of a new transparent electrode material, which, it is claimed, will make photovoltaic solar panels both cheaper and more efficient.

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Stanford team wins $200,000 in MIT contest

A four-member team from Stanford University that created a film coating for electronic screens won a $200,000 grant and first prize yesterday in MIT’s third Clean Energy Entrepreneurship competition.

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