Phononic Devices raises $10 million for solid-state thermoelectric cooling

North Carolina-based thermoelectric device company Phononic Devices recently raised $10 million in Series B venture capital (VC) funding. The company − which exclusively licenses its core IP from the University of Oklahoma − was previously awarded $3 million in ARPA-E funding in 2009 and raised $2 m...

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