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NewCyte

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About NewCyte

An array of vertically-aligned carbon nanotubes form 3D solar cells from researchers at Georgia Tech. The research is sponsored by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research and the AFRL, and Intellectual Property Partners. MBE is used to coat the nanotubes with CdTe and CdS which act as the p-type and n-type PV layers.

Headquarters Location

Georgia,

United States

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Expert Collections containing NewCyte

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NewCyte is included in 3 Expert Collections, including Renewable Energy.

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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.

NewCyte Patents

NewCyte has filed 3 patents.

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Grant Date

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Related Topics

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5/12/2008

4/30/2013

Sensors, Semiconductor devices, Optical devices, Electromagnetic radiation, Electrical signal connectors

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Application Date

5/12/2008

Grant Date

4/30/2013

Title

Related Topics

Sensors, Semiconductor devices, Optical devices, Electromagnetic radiation, Electrical signal connectors

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Grant

NewCyte Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

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FTL Solar

FTL Solar's patent-pending products include pre-fabricated, mass produced photovoltaic (PV) tensile structures. The structures integrate thin film PV with super strength fabric with the aim of creating architecturally refined solar canopies, arrays and enclosures that turn sunlight into electricity.

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Siva Power

Siva Power, fka Solexant, is developing third generation thin film PV technologies which increase solar cell efficiency, enabling the commercialization of low-cost solar modules. Using printable nano-material technologies, Solexant's flexible solar cells harvest energy from the entire solar spectrum.

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AOS Solar

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Solaris Nanosciences Corporation

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Sunlight Aerospace

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