EESA Success Stories
Argonne, Nalco Strike Licensing Deal on Resin Wafer Technology
Argonne National Laboratory and Nalco Company have reached a licensing agreement for an electrodeionization technology that can help process biomass-based feedstocks into biofuels and chemicals, and significantly reduce the cost of producing clean energy. With the license in place, Nalco and Argonne will design and develop platforms to help customers integrate the resin wafer technology into their manufacturing processes.
Argonne biochemical engineer Seth Snyder with the resin wafer technology.
"Nalco is constantly seeking partnerships like the one we share with Argonne," said Manian Ramesh, Nalco’s Chief Technology Officer. "Working with national laboratories, universities, suppliers and customers around the world combines the extensive intellectual talent available outside Nalco with the hundreds of researchers at our global R&D centers. This open innovation develops technologies that help customers reduce their operating expenses, increase productivity and minimize environmental impacts."
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