The agreement will bring together the innovations of SK’s lithium ion batteries and Maxwell’s ultracapacitors for advanced energy storage. In the release, Stephen J. Kim of SK Innovation’s battery division notes, “Our goal is to develop truly differentiated products that will create large new opportunities for both companies.” Markets will include industrial and transportation. SK Innovation is a Corporate Partner at the 2014 TechConnect World conference, the largest event in the world for technology-to-industry matchmaking for collaboration and partnership opportunities. To learn more on how to participate, visit: http://www.techconnectworld.com/World2014/
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Zone of inhibition for Staphylococcus aureus bacteria (clear area) around a nanosilver-polyurethane bead (removed) that was positioned on the surface of an inoculated agar plate, as shown by the arrows.
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