This technology utilizes radiolysis to charge liquid energy storage media including nanoelectrofuels. Charged liquid can be used in flow batteries for transportation and stationary energy-storage applications.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory is one of five DOE national laboratory sites that have been selected to feed into Lab-Corps, the nation’s newest scientist-to-entrepreneur program.
The Chicago Innovation Exchange leverages the combined expertise of Argonne, Fermilab and the University of Chicago to create and support small businesses originating from discoveries and ideas developed in the lab.
Argonne has announced a new intellectual property licensing agreement with AKHAN Semiconductor, continuing a productive public-private partnership that will bring diamond-based semiconductor technologies to market.