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Nano Force (Nano Force) nano, technology, polymers, particles, nano tubes, carbon, company, research
Nanoforce Technology is a spin-out company from the Department of Materials, Queen Mary University of London. It was set up as a part of the Micro and Nanotechnology Network funded by the Department of Trade and Industry (now the Technology Strategy Board-TSB) and the London Development Agency. Its remit is to exploit micro and nano technology and to disseminate the results to industry and academia for the development of products and processes.
Riso National Laboratory (Riso National Laboratory ) sustainable energy, research, institute, nuclear technologies, laboratory, scientific approach, solar cells, print
Riso carries out research on future generations of photovoltaic technologies (PV) and in particular polymer solar cells. In addition, we look into other means of utilizing sunlight; for instance to reduce carbon dioxide to synthetic fuels (solar fuels). Solar energy is a focus point in many strategies for a sustainable energy supply. The European Commissionís Strategic Energy Plan (SET-plan) envisages a Solar Europe Initiative, where photovoltaics and concentrated solar power (CSP) supply as much power as wind mills in the future.