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Aionics Named Honoree in “Small and Mighty” Category of Fast Company’s 2024 World Changing Ideas Awards

From a solution to repurpose cold plasma to treat seeds to 3D printed living seawalls, the eighth annual awards honor new and inspiring solutions to the most daunting challenges of today. PALO ALTO, Calif. [May 14, 2024] — The winners and honorees of Fast Company’s 2024 World Changing Ideas Awards were announced today, highlighting freshContinue reading “Aionics Named Honoree in “Small and Mighty” Category of Fast Company’s 2024 World Changing Ideas Awards”

Aionics Named to CB Insights’ AI 100 2024

CB Insights today named Aionics to its eighth-annual AI 100, showcasing the 100 most promising private AI companies of 2024. “AI is taking off at lightning speed, and it’s not just big tech companies at the forefront of it,” said Deepashri Varadharajan, director of AI research at CB Insights. “Our AI 100 winners – many of themContinue reading “Aionics Named to CB Insights’ AI 100 2024”

Aionics partners with Cellforce, featured in TechCrunch and MIT Technology Review

We are excited to unveil that Aionics has entered into a joint development partnership with CELLFORCE GROUP to design the next generation of batteries for electric vehicles on beyond. The announcement was initially made on October 5th, 2023 by CEO Austin Sendek on the stage of the UP.Partners UP Summit 2023 and, at the sameContinue reading “Aionics partners with Cellforce, featured in TechCrunch and MIT Technology Review”

Solomon Oyakhire joins Aionics as Scholar-in-Residence

Dr. Solomon Oyakhire, Schmidt Science Fellow at UC Berkeley and incoming faculty at Georgia Tech, has joined Aionics in the role of Scholar-in-Residence. Dr. Oyakhire holds a Ph.D. in chemical engineering from Stanford University and is widely acknowledged as a leader in the space of materials informatics and electrolyte design. His 2023 publication “Data-driven electrolyteContinue reading “Solomon Oyakhire joins Aionics as Scholar-in-Residence”

Aionics, Inc. and Carnegie Mellon University Announce Licensing Agreement for Breakthrough Battery Electrolyte Design Software

Aionics, Inc., and Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) have announced a licensing agreement for intellectual property developed in the $1.58MM Accelerated Computational Electrochemical systems Discovery (ACED) program funded by the US Department of Energy Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy (ARPA-E) and led by Associate Professor Venkat Viswanathan. The official press release can be found here.Continue reading “Aionics, Inc. and Carnegie Mellon University Announce Licensing Agreement for Breakthrough Battery Electrolyte Design Software”

LK-99: What can machine learning tell us about the candidate superconductor?

The suspense continues about a possibly world-changing discovery  By Dr. Shreyas Honrao, Senior Materials Informatics Scientist, and Dr. Austin Sendek, Chief Executive Officer The scientific world has been abuzz for the last two weeks with news of a possible ground-breaking discovery: the world’s first room temperature, ambient pressure superconductor. Dubbed LK-99, this material was firstContinue reading “LK-99: What can machine learning tell us about the candidate superconductor?”