August 08, 2005
Forbes/Wolfe Nanotech Report Names SiGNa Chemistry “Company to Watch”
Startup explores the vast market potential of alkali metals.
New York, NY (PRWEB) August 8, 2005 -- SiGNa Chemistry, an early stage advanced materials company producing stable alkali metals, is now featured in the July 2005 Forbes/Wolfe Nanotech Report as a “Company to Watch.” SiGNa's unique technology encapsulates explosively reactive alkali metals into porous oxides such as silica gel, making them stable and safe for use in industrial applications, including fuel-cell production, pharmaceutical manufacturing and petroleum refining. As a Forbes/Wolfe “Company to Watch,” SiGNa Chemistry is growing tremendously with predicted revenues of $100,000 by the end of the year and high-profile customers such as Sigma-Aldrich, Shell Chemical and Pfizer. The company was also recently featured in The New York Times and CNET News.com.
The Forbes/Wolfe Nanotech Report is a monthly publication that covers high-growth investment opportunities in the space of nanotechnology and advanced materials.
About SiGNa Chemistry, LLC.
SiGNa Chemistry is an early-stage company developing unique solutions to compelling chemistry problems through the power of interdisciplinary science. SiGNa is positioned to develop and deliver a host of solutions to a wide range of scientific applications and industries. The company's advanced materials will deliver new products to academic and industrial markets as diverse as pharmaceutical synthesis, petroleum refining, organometallics, catalysis, and hydrogen energy. For more information: http://www.signachem.com.
Jackie Flaten, Antenna Group for SiGNa Chemistry
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Posted by Industrial-Manufacturing at August 8, 2005 02:43 AM