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Founded Year

2002

Stage

Unattributed | Alive

Total Raised

$50.6M

Last Raised

$3.44M | 8 yrs ago

About Cima NanoTech

Cima NanoTech is a smart materials company specializing in the development of next-generation transparent conductors. Cima NanoTech developed the proprietary SANTE Technology, a silver nanoparticle technology that self-assembles into a random mesh-like network when coated on a substrate, enabling transparent conductors with excellent electrical conductivity, high transparency and flexibility. SANTE Technology enables increased performance for new applications in a multitude of markets, from ultra-responsive large format multi-touch screens to electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding, transparent heating, photovoltaic, OLED lighting, flexible displays and more.

Cima NanoTech Headquarter Location

1000 Westgate Drive Suite 100

Saint Paul, Minnesota, 55114,

United States

651-646-6266

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Expert Collections containing Cima NanoTech

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Cima NanoTech is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Advanced Materials.

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Startups developing new or improved materials (chemicals, alloys, etc.) that provide physical or functional advantages to basic materials.

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Companies in this collection develop everything from microprocessors to flash memory, integrated circuits specifically for quantum computing and artificial intelligence to OLED for displays, massive production fabs to circuit design firms, and everything in between.

Cima NanoTech Patents

Cima NanoTech has filed 20 patents.

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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

9/19/2012

3/26/2019

Colloidal chemistry, Nanomaterials, Chemical processes, Semiconductor device fabrication, Alkanes

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Application Date

9/19/2012

Grant Date

3/26/2019

Title

Related Topics

Colloidal chemistry, Nanomaterials, Chemical processes, Semiconductor device fabrication, Alkanes

Status

Grant

Latest Cima NanoTech News

GSTX Announces Acquisition of Leading Edge Advanced Thin-Film Technology Development Corporation, Purchasing 120 International Israeli SA Patents for US$ 47 Million

Nov 3, 2021

November 03, 2021 09:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.--( BUSINESS WIRE )--Graphene & Solar Technologies, Ltd. announces the acquisition of a Patented Thin-Film Technology development corporation for new thin-film Solar applications and patented 5G EMF network integrity, and a new GSTX developed Air-to-Water Harvester, utilizing a unique solid-state air to water extraction device, which GSTX plans for world-wide distribution. GSTX purchased 120 internationally registered, patented technologies and “thin-film” applications from Cima NanoTech, in Israel. Following the US $47 million purchase, a new USA subsidiary was formed to hold the assets, “US Thin-Film Corporation (USTC)”. Thin-film solar applications are a recent solar industry innovation which when combined with emerging Nanotech Solar applications have significantly advanced Solar industry technologies. Transparent and flexible seamless, light-weight solar panels will largely replace existing cumbersome, metal-framed solar installations in buildings around the world. The Water Extraction device is designed to supply clean water for outdoor locations, or an entire household. The unit is capable of being installed in water harvester farms of parallel units. The GSTX proprietary Water Harvester technology system that will operate efficiently on electrical, solar and/or battery power systems, uses an active cooling system utilizing modern, energy-efficient control systems, energy-efficient cooling, and the system is designed to efficiently maximize energy use. A basic Water Harvester Unit sales cost will be US$ 5,000 to US$ 8,000 approximately, with a service life of 10+ years. U.S. Thin Film Corporation (USTFC) is a US Company, and a 100% owned GSTX subsidiary that now owns the exclusive Intellectual rights to an advanced Patent Portfolio of 120 high-level, internationally registered engineering patents. These were originally developed in Israel but are now entirely owned by GSTX. The patents cover the production of Transparent Conductive Thin Films (TCF). About Graphene GSTX is a leading-edge high-tech developer of Renewable Alternative Energy systems. GSTX is the sole owner of the exclusive rights to two rare High Purity Quartz mineral deposits (15 million tons) utilized as feedstock for the manufacture of PV solar cells and all electronics and semiconductor production materials. Forward-Looking Statements All statements in this release that are not strictly historical facts are "forward-looking statements." Forward-looking statements are based on SQTX’s current assumptions, beliefs and expectations, and involve risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause SQTX’s actual results to be materially different from any results expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Contacts

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  • When was Cima NanoTech founded?

    Cima NanoTech was founded in 2002.

  • Where is Cima NanoTech's headquarters?

    Cima NanoTech's headquarters is located at 1000 Westgate Drive, Saint Paul.

  • What is Cima NanoTech's latest funding round?

    Cima NanoTech's latest funding round is Unattributed.

  • How much did Cima NanoTech raise?

    Cima NanoTech raised a total of $50.6M.

  • Who are Cima NanoTech's competitors?

    Competitors of Cima NanoTech include Nxedge, Accustrata, Meridian Deployment Corporation, M V Systems, Anteos and 13 more.

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