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Organizational structure of Argonnne's Center for Nanoscale Materials

Intellectual Property Symposium

Technology Commercialization and Partnerships, in partnership with the Legal Department, presents the 2017 Intellectual Property (IP) Symposium.

The event is free, but registration is required. Refreshments will be provided.

Cost-effective, more efficient batteries for medical devices

Atlas Energy Systems is developing novel battery technology at Argonne as part of the Chain Reaction Innovations startup studio program.

New effort by Argonne helps power utilities and others better plan for the futureMay 4, 2017

If you’re an electric utility planning a new power plant by a river, it would be nice to know what that river will look like 20 years down the road. Will it be so high that it might flood the new facility? Will the water be so low that it can’t be used to cool the plant? A new initiative by Argonne combines climate data and analysis with infrastructure planning and decision support to offer real help.

Plasma-assisted fuel injector cuts costs, adds fuel flexibility

Through the Chain Reaction Innovations startup studio program at Argonne National Laboratory, FGC Plasma Solutions is developing a better fuel injector for jet engines and gas turbines. This injector improves operability and reduces fuel consumption.

Membrane-free electrochemistry enables lower cost systems

Through the Chain Reaction Innovations startup studio program at Argonne National Laboratory, Advanced Ionics™ is developing new membrane-free technology that can lower costs, enhance durably, and increase efficiency.

New sootless diesel engines are stronger and cleaner

Through the Chain Reaction Innovations startup studio program at Argonne National Laboratory, ClearFlame Engines is developing novel alternatives to diesel-fueled engines.

Biodesigned porous carbon enables customized performance

Through the Chain Reaction Innovations startup studio program at Argonne National Laboratory, Emergy Labs is developing new, completely sustainable, porous carbon material that will enable filtration processes to be more efficient, provide longer lasting media, and provide cost savings.