The flexibility in design provided by this technology
Solid electrolyte constructions with e.g. LiClO4, Al2O3,
ZrO2, and other common materials.
Polymer-bound cathodes; e.g. styrene-butadiene type rubber in organic
solvent which is evaporated.
Unique assemblies such as by floating a battery in seawater for use as
a power source for an unattended lighthouse.
This technology was developed at AIST, Japanís premier,
public research organization.
With research facilities and more than 3,200 employees across Japan, AIST
is an organization that comprises 15 research institutes previously under
the former Agency of Industrial Science and Technology in the Ministry of
International Trade and Industry and the Weights and Measures Training
AIST is seeking to license these technologies and assist
with their commercialization. A number of investment options are currently
Consideration will be provided to a range of financial, strategic, and
commercial investment partnerships.