MTBC (July 2006)
Zyvex was featured in an article profiling the upcoming nanoTX’06 conference in Dallas (September 26-28). Check out Part One in,“ MTBC Co-Sponsoring Global Nanotechnology Conference And Show In Dallas This September.”
Dallas Morning News (July 2006)
UTD students created an American flag (7 microns tall) using Zyvex’s nanomanipulator. Check out,“ Microscopic flag a test in nanotechnology.”
Concept to Reality (Summer 2006)
The editors of Concept to Reality (an Altair Engineering, Inc. Publication) interviewed two of Zyvex’s engineers for the article, “CAI in the Nanotech-Enabling World.”
MicroNanoNews (July 2006)
Design News (June 2006)
Zyvex was interviewed for the article, “Nanotech goes to bat.” The article featured Easton Sports’ Stealth baseball bats and the performance advantages of composite bats (created using Zyvex’s NansoSolve® materials).
Dallas Morning News (June 2006)
Zyvex Founder and CEO Jim Von Ehr was interviewed for Victor Godinez’s article, “Eye on Nanotechnology.”
Smithsonian Institute (May 2006)
Zyvex donated the world’s first nanotech bat at a special function at the Smithsonian on May 13, 2006. The bat’s manufacturer, Easton Corporation uses Zyvex’s proprietary Kentera dispersion technology to add carbon nanotubes to their product.
Small Times (May 2006)
Zyvex’s Worldwide Sales Manager was interviewed for the featured “From the Front” article on Nanomaterials Sales.
Gazette.net (May 2006)
Zyvex CTO Dr. John Randall was interviewed for the article, “Nanotech dazzles at College Park.” This article was written in conjunction with the University of Maryland’s first Nano Day.
CASPER Newsletter (Spring 2006)
Zyvex was featured in the article, “$500,000 grant awarded statewide partnership led by TSTC, Baylor and Zyvex Corporation.” The grant, which was announced by Texas Governor Rick Perry, was awarded by the Texas Workforce Commission to provide future nanomanufacturing scientists and technicians with real world experience as a central part of their preparation for entry into the newly developing nanotechnology manufacturing workforce. CASPER is Baylor’s Center for Astrophysics, SpacePhysics, and Engineering Research.