ITECS interviewed Ben Dietsch, Chief Operating Officer of NONA Composites, at the ARPA-E summit in February. At the interview, they discussed NONA’s innovative composite curing process, how NONA uses government funding and where the materials will be used in the
Two U.S. patents were awarded to CRG in March of 2014. U.S. Pat. No. 8,678,324 was issued for passive adaptive structures, and No. 8,668,110 was issued for venting mechanisms for containers.
CRG was named a winner for the Innovation Index Awards for 2014. The Dayton Business Journal formed a partnership with the Dayton Development Coalition to launch this inaugural program, designed to honor organizations in the region that are driving new
CRG was issued European patent 1920006 for shape memory epoxy copolymers in March 2014. Epoxy-based shape memory polymers are well adapted for industrial use in making shape memory polymer molds, as set forth in a U.S. patent previously awarded in
Congratulations to Brad Doudican, Director of our Commercialization Center, who was named to the Dayton Business Journal’s “2014 Class of 40 Under 40.” There were more than 200 nominations received, making it one of the most competitive years for the popular and long-running
CRG has been awarded Japanese patent #5449799 for Shape Memory Epoxy Copolymer. This represents the company’s first Japanese patent and the final step in a process that started in 2006. CRG also holds a US patent on Shape Memory Epoxy
CRG’s spin-off company, NONA Composites, LLC, was recently featured on the Composites World blog, highlighting its “no-oven, no-autoclave” composites technology. Click here to read the article.