SEATTLE – “Lightning in a bottle” is how venture capitalist Joe Piper describes much of the innovation originating at Washington State University. It is elusive, powerful, brilliant – and captured to be shared with the world.
PULLMAN – The National Science Foundation has awarded GoNano Technologies, Inc., a Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Phase I grant to continue work in carbon dioxide recycling. GoNano is Moscow-based company with strong ties to WSU’S College of Engineering and Architecture.
Grant Norton, CEA associate dean of research and graduate programs, is one of the original researchers on the nanomaterials that make it possible to turn carbon dioxide waste into necessary industrial materials such as formaldehyde and methanol.
The $147,095 grant … » More …