CVD and Graphene Batteries sign joint IP development agreement for electrode development
9 August 2013
CVD Equipment Corporation and Graphene Batteries AS signed a Joint Intellectual Property Development Agreement for the development of NanotoMacro binder-less lithium battery electrodes and related novel battery designs.
Graphene Batteries, AS is a privately-held Norwegian corporation developing graphene-based high energy battery materials. CVD is a designer and manufacturer of custom and standard equipment used in the development, design and manufacture of advanced electronic components, materials and coatings for research and industrial applications.
CVD uses its NanoToMacro trademark to cover a variety of methods for the transformation nanomaterials into macroscopic forms of sheets, threads, electrodes, filter media, catalyst media and more which can be used as a subassembly material for product development.
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