Wearable antenna technology shown at AUSA 2015
Oct. 17, 2015

John Lettow, president of John Lettow, president of , and Eric Spackey, CEO of John Lettow, president of , showed new wearable antenna technology…

Randy Kurosky honored with 2014 Diamond Award
April 28, 2015

The College of Engineering of the University of Washington has bestowed the 2014 Diamond Award for Entreprenurial Excellence on Randy Kurosky. Randy received his BS degree…

Princeton-Vorbeck Connection Profiled in EQuad News
Feb. 5, 2015

The Winter 2015 issue EQuad News, the magazine of Princeton’s School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS), is dedicated to “Idea to Impact:  Entrepreneurship and Princeton Engineering”.  A featured story in this issue describes the founding and growth of Vorbeck Materials by John Lettow ’95,…

New Generation of Supercapacitors will Utilize Functionalized Graphene
Feb. 3, 2015
The 2 February 2015 issue of Chemical and Engineering News describes how advances in materials research is helping to advance supercapacitors as adjuncts to…
Prof. Aksay named as National Academy of Inventors Fellow
Dec. 16, 2014

The National Academy of Inventors (NAI) named Prof. Ilhan Aksay as an NAI Fellow, joining a group of distinguished innovators from more than 150 research universities and governmental and non-profit research institutions.

Freshman Seminar examines the impact of materials on civilization
Nov. 14, 2013
The Freshman Seminar on Materials World taught by Prof. Ilhan Aksay was featured on Princeton University's News at Princeton website. The course was designated the Donald…
Graphene: Faster, stronger, bendier
Jan. 30, 2013

The Financial Times' science editor, Clive Cookson, interviewed Vorbeck's president, John Lettow, recently for an article on graphene. The piece described Vorbeck as a leader in graphene-based conductive inks, and quoted John on Vorbeck's printed electronics and battery applications.

The article can be viewed on the 

License Agreement between Vorbeck Materials and Battelle will Lead to Faster- charging Batteries
Jan. 30, 2013

An enhanced battery technology that can reduce the time it takes to charge cell phones, electric vehicles and other battery-powered devices from hours to minutes is the subject of a commercial license agreement between Battelle and Vorbeck Materials Corp

Vorbeck's president, John Lettow, appears on BBC World News
Jan. 17, 2013

On January 15, Vorbeck's president, John Lettow, was interviewed by the BBC's John Sopel in a live broadcast of the BBC World News. John discussed the exciting new applications in military, printed electronics, energy and batteries, composites, fibers, packaging,…

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