Startup company drawn by Cornell expertise
from R&D Magazine
In a few years, MicroGen Systems Inc., a startup incubating in the Cornell Business and Technology Park adjacent to Ithaca Airport in New York, may have its products in everything from cars to clothes dryers. At a recent trade show, the company, which moved to Ithaca to be close to Cornell's expertise, demonstrated its BOLT microscopic power source that turns vibrations into electricity. The product is the result of more than a year of development using the nanofabrication tools at the Cornell NanoScale Science and Technology Facility.
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