The Pennsylvania NanoMaterials Commercialization Center accelerates the commercialization of nanomaterials research to meet real market needs in the commercial and defense sectors. Each year, we help entrepreneurs, researchers, small and large companies in Pennsylvania transform their innovative ideas and research into new products, new companies, and growth of Pennsylvania's materials sector.
REGISTER HERE for the ADVANCED MATERIALS panel session hosted by the PA NanoMaterials Commercialization Center and Chief Counsel for Advocacy, Winslow Sargent, with the SBA Office of Advocacy. This is a great opportunity to speak directly to the Office that guides SBA Policy and new program development.
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The next time you’re out back, spray painting some old outdoor deck furniture, think of this: You’re not just applying paint onto that bench; you’re really implementing a thin film deposition technology using liquid precursor which, with proper tools and materials, can be extended well into the nanotechnology territory. >>Read More
Ten years ago, a small startup had a dream. Six years ago, that dream got swept away and a new dream began. A new dream so radically different that it required enormous belief, focus, perseverance – and a boost in funding from the PA NanoMaterials Commercialization Center – to turn it into a reality. >>Read More
Think of the adjectives describing the greatest breakthrough, market-busting product you can imagine. Bold, bright, simple, repeatable, small, affordable, scalable, and applicable to numerous and varied markets. >>Read More
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Copyright @2013 Pennsylvania NanoMaterials Commercialization Center
Center Investment - $6.2MLeveraged Investment - $54.2M
Projects Funded - 48Technologies Developed - 59Jobs Created - 92Jobs Retained - 129New Companies formed and assisted - 17
*As of July 2012
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