In response to industry demand, ATAMI tenant Inpria has developed a tin oxide template for extreme ultraviolet lithography. The new template makes features that are noticeably smaller than older template features. So far, the OSU startup has garnered $23.5 million in funding.
Client demand causes ATAMI to add 24,000 square feet of tenant space. ATAMI continues to act as a facilitator for high-tech startups. Inpria and Valliscor, companies that both began at OSU, will take 9,000 and 5,000 square feet, respectively, and are leaving their old lab spaces and freeing up space for other tenants.
The advantages of flow batteries are offset by the downside of current approaches that are vulnerable to oxidation. With OSU-licensed technology, eChemion, a tenant company at ATAMI, overcomes this problem by optimizing the graphite materials used in the reactor core. eChemion’s approach extends battery life and reduces costs.