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In the News: Daily Camera

As published by the Daily Camera: CU-Boulder spinoff Advanced Conductor Technologies commercializes high-performance cable technology By Alicia Wallace, Camera Business Writer POSTED: 03/06/2014 03:49:23 PM MST Boulder-based Advanced Conductor Technologies LLC has started to commercialize a high-performance superconductor cable that resulted from technology developed at the University of Colorado and

In the News: University of Colorado Technology Transfer Office

As published by the University of Colorado Technology Transfer Office: Advanced Conductor Technology Commercializing CU High Performance Superconducting Cable. Company advancing work on thinner, more versatile superconducting cables for nuclear fusion power, military power transmission. BOULDER, Colo., March 6, 2014 – Advanced Conductor Technologies and the University of Colorado have

In the News: Daily Camera

As published by the Daily Camera: Boulder’s Advanced Conductor Technologies looks to revolutionize high-temp cables By Zach Whittaker For the Camera Posted: 08/05/2012 06:00:00 PM MDT Many know Boulder as a hub for technology and innovation. A new company, Advanced Conductor Technologies LLC, is hoping to further solidify that reputation.

In the News: University of Colorado Technology Transfer Office

As published by the University of Colorado Technology Transfer Office: Advanced Conductor Technologies to develop CU high performance superconducting cable technology. Thinner, more versatile superconducting cables have potential for high-energy density power transmission, high-field magnets and energy storage. BOULDER, Colo., July 18, 2012 – Advanced Conductor Technologies LLC and the

Advanced Conductor Technologies awarded DOE Office of Fusion Energy Sciences Phase I STTR

Advanced Conductor Technologies LLC together with researchers from Plasma Science and Fusion Center at Massachusetts Institute of Technology are the recipients of a $150,000 Phase I STTR award from the Department of Energy, Office of Fusion Energy Sciences. The company’s second grant titled “REBCO coated conductor cables for fusion magnets”

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