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May 7, 2018
Bridger Photonics, Inc. (Bridger) is developing an aerial-deployable LiDAR system capable of simultaneous, rapid, and precise 3D topography and methane concentration measurements.
August 23, 2016
ARPA-E funded two teams in the Rare Earth Alternatives in Critical Technologies (REACT) program to develop advanced HTS magnet wire with high critical current: Brookhaven National Lab (teamed with AMSC) and University of Houston (teamed with SuperPower). The teams took different technical approaches to modifying HTS wire composition and structure to address this challenge.
February 17, 2017
The Brown team’s goal was to incorporate active feedback and control into a physical tidal generator based on an oscillating hydrofoil design
May 7, 2018
Under its RANGE award, Cadenza Innovation designed and built a large-format “supercell” that combines 24 jelly-rolls into a single container. This supercell behaves like a small-format, cylindrical wound cell, but with several key enhancements designed to improve safety.
May 7, 2018
Cell capacity can increase significantly when plating occurs on three-dimensional (3D) carbon particles instead of a flat surface. This is the objective of this Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) project.
August 23, 2016
Prior to the ARPA-E project, researchers at the City University of New York (CUNY) Energy Institute had addressed the issue of dendrite formation by incorporating a “flow-assisted” Zn anode. The CUNY team knew that combining a manganese dioxide (MnO2) cathode with CUNY’s existing Zn anode would result in a very low-cost cell, but CUNY had to address the irreversible chemical changes that result in rapid loss of cell capacity.
May 7, 2018
The Clemson team seeks to accelerate genetic gain in biomass sorghum by adopting a “system of systems” approach, including robotics, sensing, computer vision, machine learning, and genomics to inform breeding decisions.
May 7, 2018
The CSM project focused on creating commercially relevant, proton-conducting ceramic fuel cell stacks capable of operating on natural gas fuel. The project team’s initial phase was cell scale-up and stack integration, and the team is under a second phase of scaling up from laboratory-scale to pre-commercial stacks.
February 27, 2017
The project started with Dioxide Materials’ ionic liquid containing membrane electrode assembly (MEA, Fig. 2), which showed low overpotential and 99% selectivity, but low turn-over rate.
February 27, 2017
The EcoCatalytic team’s goal was to convert ethane to ethylene with reduced energy and emissions by way of chemical looping oxidation.

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