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…
EnerVenue, the first to bring metal-hydrogen batteries to the clean energy revolution, launched today with $12 million in seed funding. The investment enables EnerVenue to accelerate development of its safe, maintenance-free, and cost-efficient clean energy storage solution.
When EEnotech was founded as a Startup foundry in 2017, the founders had only one aim in mind—spinning out many new exciting technology Startups in the space of energy and environment to support the sustainability of the world. Since then, the company has licensed multiple innovative technologies developed in Professor Yi Cui’s—the co-founder of EEnotech—lab at Stanford University.
Evolved over the years, wearable technology has now become one of the biggest industries in the world.
The Intellectual Property (IP) and Science business of Thomson Reuters, announces the release of “The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds,” a citation analysis identifying the scientists—as determined by their fellow researchers—who have made the most significant global impact within their respective field of study.