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Point Source Power, a startup based on a solid oxide fuel cell technology developed at Berkeley Lab, offers an inexpensive device fueled by burning charcoal, wood, or other biomass that can be used for lighting or charging a phone, a potential boon to the world's 2.5 billion people without access to reliable electricity. For the full story, go here.
Nanosys, a Berkeley Lab startup, has expanded into a new 60,000 square foot production facility, in Milpitas, California, with the capacity to produce enough quantum dots to build more than five million big-screen quantum dot televisions per year. The expansion will add over 50 manufacturing jobs in the region. For more details, go here. The company's Quantum Dot Enhancement Film (QDEF) creates richer color displays for televisions and other devices while consuming less energy.
Berkeley Lab Tech Transfer kicked off its LaunchPad program in December. The program offers entrepreneurial and commercialization assistance to researchers interested in moving their technology to market. Learn more here.