QuantumSphere is co-sponsoring the 2008 Clean Energy and Power Forum on April 29th at UCLA. We are excited to join forces with fellow industry professionals to address energy issues facing our world and discuss potential near term clean-energy solutions.
In addition to the Clean Energy and Power Forum, QuantumSphere is also proud to announce that we are a founding member of the Center for Revolutionary Solar Photoconversion (CRSP), a research collaboratory dedicated to the basic and applied research necessary to create revolutionary new solar energy technologies as well as education and training opportunities. The scientific skills and market understanding of CRSP’s founding members and private partners will combine resources to focus CRSP’s research efforts in areas that will truly impact global solar energy utilization.
As nanotechnology is becoming increasingly viable in the design and development of products, we at QuantumSphere are excited to be at the forefront of this growing field. As an aside, Iowa State University is currently conducting a study of the potential of using QSI-Nano® Silver nanoparticles to improve the safety of the world’s food supply.
QuantumSphere is dedicated to helping bring about the changes needed to assure a sustainable energy future and we are excited about applying our technologies to make this happen.
Below you’ll also find links to recent company news and other relevant industry articles.
As always, thank you for your continued support and feedback.
Kevin D. Maloney, CEO
IN THIS ISSUE…
QSI in the News:
- QSI Hosts 2008 Clean Energy & Power Forum at UCLA
- Trying Nano on For Size
By Carrie Ellis, PPDNET.com, April, 2008
- QSI Is Founding Member of CRSP
April 21, 2008
- Improving The World’s Food Supply
redOrbit.com, April, 10 2008
- Sustainability on a Small Scale
By By Ryan Gehm, AEI Online, April 2008
- General Motors Looks Beyond Oil
By John Addison, Cleantech Blog, April 17, 2008
- 2009 Prius: Not So Fast
By Jerry Garrett, New York Times, June 19, 2007
- Plug-in Hybrids and Batteries
Car and Driver May 2008