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Publication Date: 10/1/2007
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AmberWave & UCSB to Partner on Mesoporous Materials
Salem, NH — AmberWave Systems had entered into an in-licensing agreement with the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) to collaborate on, and fund, materials science research within the field of mesoporous materials.
Mesoporous materials are a broad class of engineered materials that include silicas, refractory oxides, carbons and multi-component composites — all characterized by high porosity, processability, functionalbility, and engineered, single- and double-digit nanometer pore sizes.
UCSB's work in the field of mesoporous and mesostructured materials, encompasses electrical generation and storage in the form of fuel cells, high-performance batteries and ultracapacitors. The acquisition of this technology is expected to expand AmberWave's holdings of materials science within its portfolio of already existing silicon germanium and aspect ratio trapping (ART) platform technologies. Mesoporous materials will also broaden the scope of the company's applications beyond semiconductors.
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