Danubia NanoTech in SME Tech

The Slovaks created an unusual material. They found it between the layers of graphene At Danubia Nanotech, scientists are trying to create high-quality graphene without defects. Graphene is a two-dimensional material made of carbon, which is also the strongest material in the world. To check for flaws in the graphene structures, they use a microscope […]

Danubia NanoTech at Slovak Matchmaking Fair Bratislava 2019

[Bratislava, Slovakia, 24 October, 2019] Danubia NanoTech attended the Slovak Matchmaking Fair – the largest and most prestigious international event of the Slovak Investment and Trade Development Agency in Bratislava, Slovakia. This year’s fair focused on topics such as innovations, automation, robotics, e-mobility and smart cities.   Patrik Krizansky, the CEO of Danubia Nanotech participated as an exclusive […]

Danubia NanoTech at CEE-American Energy Security Conference in Washington, DC

[Washington DC, USA, 26 June, 2019] Danubia NanoTech participated at the Atlantic Council’s annual CEE-American Energy Security Conference in Washington, DC. The panel focused on the strengthening the transatlantic energy security through innovations – how innovation can address growing energy security threats such as rising carbon levels. The speakers explored how transatlantic partners can work together to […]

Danubia NanoTech awarded highly competitive EU grant from EIC Accelerator Program

[Brussels, Belgium, 17 June, 2019] Danubia NanoTech was awarded a highly competitive grant from the European Union EIC Accelerator Pilot Program. The European Union supported Danubia’s effort to expand the market potential of its graphene-based temperature sensor for battery cells. As stated by the EU: “The EIC Accelerator Pilot offers Europe’s brightest and boldest entrepreneurs […]

Danubia NanoTech co-hosted Klaus von Klitzing, a winner of Nobel Prize in Physics

[Bratislava, Slovakia, 29 April, 2019] Danubia NanoTech co-hosted Klaus von Klitzing, a Nobelist in Physics, during his tour in Bratislava, Slovakia. As part of the tour, von Klitzing visited Danubia’s lab and discussed number of scientific topics with our colleagues. He also delivered two speeches: one to the scientists and professionals at the Slovak Science […]

Danubia NanoTech is the winner of PowerUP Country Final and will pitch its graphene temperature sensor for batteries in European Grand Final

[Bratislava, Slovakia, 24 April, 2019] Danubia NanoTech won the national leg of PowerUp! competition organized by InnoEnergy Fund to promote start-ups in energy, cleantech, mobility, cybersecurity and smart city. All national finalists from 24 countries in Central-Eastern Europe will pitch in Grand Final on 21 May in Krakow during Impact’19 – the biggest economic event […]

Danubia NanoTech awarded the European Union Seal of Excellence for graphene temperature sensor for batteries

[Brussels, Belgium, 28 March, 2019] Danubia NanoTech was awarded the Seal of Excellence by the European Commission. The Community with this quality label gathers high-potential companies with projects which were judged to deserve funding but did not get it due to budget limits. It recognizes the value of the proposal and helps other funding bodies […]

Danubia NanoTech staff at prestigious science event in Kirchberg, Austria

[Kirchberg, Austria, 16 March 2019] In line with our long-term tradition, our key researchers participated in 33rd International Winterschool on Electronic Properties of Novel Materials (IWEPNM) in Kirchberg in Tirol, Austria. This prestigious science event, devoted to recent advances in the research field of novel materials, gathers many top scientists from the EU and overseas. This […]

Flexible graphene temperature sensor for battery cells at NanoTech Expo 2019 in Tokyo

[Tokyo, Japan, 30 January 2019] We presented our sensor technologies to potential customers and partners in Tokyo at prime Asian nanotechnology event – NanoTech Expo 2019. We were part of the joint booth of German (Bavarian) Cluster Nanotechnologie with exciting technologies from Fraunhofer or Schoeller. The most interest was drawn by our flexible graphene temperature […]