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Two CEI Graduate Fellows examine a scientific instrument.

X-ray spectroscopy for all

easyXAFS, a startup founded by UW physics alum Dr. Devon Mortensen received $160,000 from the National Science Foundation under a Phase I Small Business Technology Transfer grant to develop a low-cost, tabletop x-ray spectrometer in collaboration with UW physics professor Jerry Seidler — the first such device targeted at undergraduate labs and industrial energy storage scientists. ...

Revolutionary printer for sustainable electronics comes to Washington Clean Energy Testbeds

JCDREAM has awarded $631K to Professor J. Devin MacKenzie and the Washington Clean Energy Testbeds to purchase and install an ultra-high-resolution electronics printer developed in Japan. MacKenzie's group will use the printer to develop sustainable transparent conductive electrodes for flexible thin-film solar cells, displays and touch screens. ...