3D Array Technology has been funded by Accelerate UConn program to support exploration of the business concept. A rigorous business training and coaching was also offered as part of the award for 3DAT team.
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3D Array Technology has been selected as a client company for Connecticut Center for Entrepreneur and Innovation-Innovation Accelerate Program. A team of MBA and engineering students will work together to develop an independent market research and entry strategy for 3DAT.
3D Array Technology LLC has been awarded an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) SBIR Phase I grant to develop a low-cost, ultra-efficient and robust nano-air filters to capture NOx pollution from vehicles. EPA press release: http://yosemite.epa.gov/opa/admpress.nsf/0/CCD2FEADA6588FA985257EC1006834F9 http://yosemite.epa.gov/opa/admpress.nsf/bd4379a92ceceeac8525735900400c27/8562dac359b6961485257eb3006975ed!OpenDocument
3D has received a proof-of-concept award from the Third-Bridge program to develop its novel Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF). The funds will help prove the technology concept and develop the first prototype device.
3DAT signed an exclusive license agreement with University of Connecticut on the Nano-array based monolithic catalysts technology. 3DAT has the exclusive right on the emission control technology globally.