New research published in the Journal of The Electrochemical Society demonstrates dramatic improvements in the thermal and hydrolytic stability of Li-Ion batteries utilizing organosilicon based electrolytes. Sara L. Guillot of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, along with Adrian Peña-Hueso & Monica L. Usrey of Silatronix, and Robert J. Hamers, Steenbock Professor of Physical Science at
Madison, WI May 1st, 2017 Silatronix has been featured in the latest edition of The Science Coalition’s Sparking Economic Growth Report. Each report highlights companies created from federally funded university research. Each company serves as an example of how government investment in basic science research is helping to create jobs, innovation, and economic growth in
Silatronix will be attending the International Battery Seminar March 20-23 at the Fort Lauderdale Convention Center. As part of the event, Carl Thoemmes, VP Sales, will be hosting an Interactive Breakout Discussion Group on the topic of “Improving Li-ion Energy Density and Cell Safety & Stability”. Let us know if you plan to attend the

Silatronix Presenting at NAATBatt

Silatronix will be presenting at the NAATBatt Energy Storage Innovation Summit this month. The NAATBatt annual meeting & conference will take place at The Wigwam in Litchfield Park, AZ, March 13th – 16th. We will be presenting on Wednesday, March 15th as part of New Technology Day. If you would like to schedule a meeting