Silicon nanowire anode start-up Amprius focused on technology, not strategy – reflecting a trend

While at the NanoIsrael conference earlier this month, we caught up with Stanford professor Yi Cui, whose silicon nanowire anode technology was recently spun out into stealth-mode start-up company Amprius (see the September 24, 2008 LRPJ). Silicon can provide 10 times the energy density of carbon in...

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