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Mtech TAP incubator company Pixelligent Technologies was awarded an $8.2 million project by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) through their Technology Innovation Program (TIP) for the Development and Scale-Up of Nanocomposites.

A research joint venture led by Pixelligent Technologies LLC, partnering with Brewer Science Inc., is developing new processes and technologies to scale up the production of high-quality nanocomposites-nanocrystals dispersed in polymers-to create materials with enhanced performance and new functionality that cannot be provided by polymers or traditional composites. Their initial target applications are new materials for the optoelectronics and semiconductor industries.

Read the NIST press release here and specifics about Pixelligent here.


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