• June 11, 2018

    15 Nanotechnology Companies Getting Funding in 2018

    Elon Musk said “nanotechnology is BS” a few weeks ago, and suddenly everyone wants to talk about nanotechnology again. When we first heard…

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  • April 26, 2018

    Can OLED display be brighter?

    These materials, which sit between the glass or thin-film encapsulation layer of an OLED device and the ITO conductive layer, contain nanoparticles combined with polymer materials that can create ‘lenses’ which are expected to improve light extraction efficiency for OLED devices by at least 50%, and can be applied to a number of other large applications, particularly in lighting. As with many technologies, scaling lab processes to mass production levels has proven to be challenging however a small US company, Pixelligent seems to have been able to produce these materials in volume, having been funded in part, by grants from the DOD and DOE, and most recently by Japanese Display chemical producer Tokyo Ohka Kogyo and ink-jet printer producer Kateeva.

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  • March 15, 2018

    Pixelligent is looking to help an optical lens maker shine

    Nanocrystals manufactured by Baltimore-based Pixelligent will be used in products made by a company specializing in graded index lens products that can be used in…

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  • December 07, 2017

    Scaling Nano-Tech Production

    Pixelligent’s Craig Bandes believes its commercial-scale nano-materials production platform will help companies innovate the next generation of products.

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  • October 31, 2017

    The Next Wow in Lighting: OLEDs

    A new light is appearing. Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) stand where LEDs stood about 10 years ago—promising but expensive. But, as LEDs demonstrated,…

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  • December 02, 2016

    Manufacturing Ceramic-Polymer Nanocomposites with Zirconia Nanocrystals

    Lighting and display technologies are adopting ceramic-polymer nanocomposites to improve device performance.

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  • October 18, 2016

    High-Index Nanocrystals – Key to Next Generation Advancements in Lighting

    Solid-State Lighting is destined to be a next generation lighting option. LEDs have already entered main stream applications and OLED technology has advanced greatly in the past few years in terms of efficacy and performance. Both technologies need to continue to improve performance to achieve high market acceptance. Dr. Gregory Cooper, Chief Technology Officer and Founder of Pixelligent Technologies LLC, illustrates how LED and OLED technology can advance to the next level by incorporating nanomaterials into existing packaging.

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  • September 13, 2016

    Pixelligent New Taiwan Office to Head its Asian Market Strategy

    Advanced optical material specialist Pixelligent is ramping up its deployment strategy in Asia, and set up a new office in Taoyuan, Taiwan two months ago, said the company CEO Craig Bandes in an exclusive interview with LEDinside.

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  • August 23, 2016

    How Pixelligent found a big market in tiny nanocrystals

    Technically Media Inc.
    With a $10.4 million Series C in hand, the materials company has established a new form of manufacturing in Baltimore. But it hasn’t come easily.

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  • August 16, 2016

    Pixelligent raises $10.4 million to expand nanocrystal manufacturing

    The Baltimore Sun
    Baltimore nanocrystal manufacturer Pixelligent Technologies reported $10.4 million in new funding Monday that will allow the company to scale up its manufacturing capacity and expand its international footprint.

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