Lawrence Livermore willing to license its ‘batteryless sensor’ technology

Jacob Goodwin

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Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) is looking for a commercial company to license technology the lab has developed to enable a “batteryless sensor” – which could be used in counterterrorism or chemical and biological weapons detection programs – to be powered entirely by “nanoenergy harvester technology.”

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