LifeLabs Design was founded by a pair of Stanford professors who have developed fabrics capable of cooling and warming the wearer.
You can be the warmest you’ve ever been this winter via a paperclip’s worth of aluminum with LifeLabs’ WarmLife Jacket, made to keep you 21.7℉ warmer while wearing 30% less.
Professor Yi Cui traveled to Moscow to accept the Global Energy Prize with the support of the CEO of EEnotech, Meng Sui. A special speech from the Deputy Prime Minister who gave out the award to the laureates.
I introduced EnerVenue to readers of this column in December 2020 and opined that its innovative re-formulation of Metal-Hydrogen batteries were the technology we needed for grid-scale storage. Less than 10 months later, there is good evidence that other smart investors agree with me.
Yi Cui, director of Stanford University’s Precourt Institute for Energy, won the 2021 Global Energy Prize for new energy applications, one of three Global Energy Prizes given annually. The award cites Cui’s “exceptional contributions in nanomaterials design, synthesis and characterization for…
EEnotech unveils LifeLabs, A Revolution For Textile Industry. Sunnyvale, April 07, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — EEnotech, a clean tech foundry accelerating research from Stanford University, today unveiled LifeLabs, the commercialization of textile patents from Stanford’s advanced materials laboratory.
The former global GM of The North Face’s Mountain Sports division has partnered with Stanford scientists on a fabric technology that’s designed to revolutionize outdoor apparel and more.
Yi Cui (Stanford University and SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) – Energy Science and Innovation – Honored for his “insightful introduction of nanosciences in battery research.” His multiple innovative ideas have transformed the battery field in a very impactful way and enabled new types…