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ALD NanoSolutions, Inc. was presented with the Physical Sciences Company of the Year Award by the University of Colorado Technology Transfer Office, on January 24, 2007. The award honors a Colorado University (CU) licensee company that best demonstrates commercialization achievements and cooperative technology transfer practices with the university.
ALD NanoSolutions, Inc. Receives Physical Sciences Award
Denver, CO | Posted on January 25th, 2007
ALD NanoSolutions has received nine National Science Foundation small business grants for its research. The research, done in partnership with the George and Weimer Laboratories at the University of Colorado - Boulder, is an important part in the company's continuing effort to prove the flexibility of atomic layer deposition in the custom designing of composite particles.
Dr. Karen Buechler, one of the Co-founders of ALD NanoSolutions and its President and Chief Technology Officer, attended the awards banquet, along with ALD NanoSolutions' Co-founders Dr. Alan Weimer and Dr. Steven George, Professors at CU.
The event was hosted in the Historic Tivoli Brewery at the CU downtown Denver campus.
About ALD NanoSolutions, Inc.
ALD NanoSolutions, Inc. is focused on commercializing its nano-coating processes, called Particle ALDTM and Polymer-ALDTM, and is targeting collaborative research agreements with domain partners for the discovery and validation of innovative composite materials in selected industries. The company's proprietary technology is based on atomic layer deposition (ALD) coating chemistry methods developed for depositing ultra-thin films on particulate and polymeric surfaces. For more information, visit http://www.aldnanosolutions.com .
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