Palo Alto, CA - OneD Material announces the grant of a new Japanese patent (JP 6142362) covering a new composition and improved manufacturing process for making SiNANOde™, its innovative silicon-graphite active materials for high energy density lithium-ion batteries.
OneD Material announced today the recent grant of an important Japanese patent covering certain aspects of its silicon-graphite anode technologies. The patent was published in the official gazette on March 9th, 2016. The first inventor is Dr. Yimin Zhu, OneD Material’s Chief Technology Officer.
Federal, state and local officials joined EaglePicher Technologies, LLC, and their honored guests to officially break ground on the company’s new Lithium Ion Center of Excellence. The 100,000 plus squarefoot facility will be built adjacent to our current lithium ion facility at the Crossroads Industrial Park in Joplin, Missouri and will expand the EaglePicher cell and battery portfolio.
EaglePicher Technologies, LLC announced that it has entered into a License Agreement and an Engineering Services Agreement with OneD Material, to set up a new EaglePicher production facility in Joplin to produce SiNANOde™
Dr. Yimin Zhu, the CTO of OneD Material (Palo Alto, California), is presenting data resulting from his team intense R&D work over about a decade toward the development of a novel anode material for Lithium-ion batteries. The 10th Annual Knowledge Foundation conference attracts researchers from around the world to present the latest advances in Lithium battery technologies.
OneD Material, a newly formed entity backed by a group of private investors, announced today that it had acquired certain assets from Nanosys, Inc., an advanced materials company and pioneer in many applications of quantum dots and nanowires.
COMMERCIALIZATION OF HIGH-CAPACITY ELECTRIC VEHICLE BATTERY MATERIALS BY NANOSYS APPROVED FOR BY DOE $11 MILLION PROGRAM
Nanosys, Inc., an advanced materials architect, today announced that the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded it funds to refine and bring to scale its SiNANOde™ materials for the automotive market. These innovations will enable Electric Vehicles (EVs) to travel 300 miles on a single charge. In addition to the primary DOE award of $4.8 million, approximately $6 million will be spent, through sub-awards and matches by the DOE and Nanosys, in the development and commercialization of advanced material technologies and manufacturing in the United States.