Thermoelectric companies vie for the spotlight

Recently the field of thermoelectrics has been heating up with more than enough activity to counterbalance the recent demise of thermoelectric start-up nanoCoolers. Nextreme Thermal Solutions appears to have passed through the technology discovery “Eureka gate” (see the 2007 Lux Executive Summit spe...

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