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Novel TIM coming to automotive & power electronics

Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have been used for everything from inks for printed electronics, to 3-D-printed metamaterial, to photovoltaic solar panels. Carbice is expanding into more commercial markets and introducing a new approach to the thermal design process via its Carbice Lab capability.
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May 24, 2022    News
Carbice invites the wider community to learn about the Carbice Story
Carbice, a world leading advanced materials company, today launches a new website inviting the wider technology and engineering community to learn about the Carbice Story, the Carbice® Nanotube Technology, and the no-compromise Carbice thermal interface material.
December 15, 2021    News
Georgia could become an AI manufacturing tech corridor.
Georgia Tech already has experience with creating startups spun off from university research
March 01, 2021    News
Heating up the energy sector with Baratunde Cola (Podcast)
We’ve all experienced our cellphones getting too hot or our laptops becoming noisy as they try to cool off. In fact, computer centers across the nation do the same thing, consuming almost 10 percent of the total amount of electricity generated in the US just to cover the air conditioning costs.
February 16, 2021    News
$15M in funding, nanotechnology, and other lessons from Baratunde Cola
As founder and CEO of Carbice Corporation, there isn’t much his ingenuity won’t impact, including the phone you are likely reading this story on. I had a chance to get his thoughts on nanotechnology, time management, rethinking diversity, how Georgia supports entrepreneurs, and how a common thread in his professional and personal life, has been heat. Yes, heat.
December 16, 2020    News
Carbice advances to full-scale production with help from the Georgia Center of Innovation
Carbice’s thermal tape uses nanotechnology to remove heat from electronic devices and is used in satellites, but the growing company needed help to take their manufacturing operations to the next level.
November 30, 2020    News
Update on space-financing rounds in November 2020
Carbice's $15M funding round is mentioned in space financing news.
November 30, 2020    News
The most significant advanced materials news from 2020
There have been some notable industrial activity and commercial progression within materials science. IDTechEx provides a round-up and highlights some of these key developments.
November 25, 2020    News
Downing leads $15M funding round for Carbice
Downing Ventures has led the first closing of the $15 million Series A funding round for Carbice Corporation with additional funding provided by Toyota AI Ventures.
November 24, 2020    News
Atlanta nanomaterial startup Carbice raises $15M to transform global electronics manufacturing
Atlanta nano-material startup Carbice Corp. has raised $15 million to continue an expansion into markets and industries that got a boost by a trip to France in 2018.
November 24, 2020    News
Carbice secures $15M in funding
With this fresh capital, Carbice intends to hire sales and marketing personnel in addition to expanding production to meet demand, according to a news release.
November 24, 2020    News
Nanotech developer Carbice raises $15m in funding
Carbice will use the funding to attract new talent and meet product demand for its tech, which can be used in space satellites.
November 24, 2020    News
It’s the great San Francisco exodus
An Atlanta-based maker of products that lower temperatures in product packaging has raised $15 million in Series A funding.
November 23, 2020    News
Solving thermal management with carbon nanotubes: Our investment in Carbice
Heat dissipation is the bane of electrical design engineers. However, the solutions fall to thermal engineers — a perennially underserved group.
November 23, 2020    News
Thermal CNT material startup raises $15m
“Thermal management is a critical electronics issue that has seen little disruptive innovation. Carbice Carbon’s heat-conducting technology is a game-changer for applications in multiple industries."
November 23, 2020    News
Carbice raises $15M in investment round
The Atlanta startup that developed Carbice Carbon, a thermal-management material for spacecraft and other applications, raised $15 million in a Series A investment round led by Downing Ventures
September 15, 2020    News
Downlink with Bartunde Cola (Podcast interview)
Listen to an interview with Baratunde Cola on The Orbital Mechanics.
June 22, 2020    News
Thermal materials startup finds foothold in space industry
Carbice has developed a nanotech-based thermal-management material scheduled to launch on five satellites by the end of this year.
September 27, 2019    News
Taking the heat so devices can thrive
In this podcast from Founders Unfound, Baratunde Cola outlines the truly groundbreaking nature of the innovation developed at Carbice.
September 21, 2018    News
Carbice selected as a Venture Atlanta 2018 Startup Showcase Company
Carbice Corporation announced today that it has been chosen as one of 34 Venture Atlanta Startup Showcase “companies to watch."
July 24, 2017    News
Carbice raises $1.5M for thermal tape technology
Carbice, an Atlanta-based startup spun out of research at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology, raised $1.5 million in a series seed round co-led by Tech Square Labs and the GRA Venture Fund.
July 19, 2017    News
Atlanta's Carbice scores $1.5 million investment to develop heat-eliminating material
A nano-materials startup has scored a $1.5 million investment to solve the cause of exploding smartphones and consumer electronics.
April 13, 2017    News
Georgia Tech Researcher honored with Alan T. Waterman Award
Georgia Tech researcher Baratunde Cola has been recognized by the National Science Foundation.
May 02, 2016    News
Carbice seeks to scale heat dissipation and management technology
A big challenge for device makers: heat and the need for electronics and their components to remain cool to meet durability and safety requirements.