UA Startup Receives Grant to Develop Nano Coating for Glass

University of Arkansas startup WattGlass of Fayetteville has received a $150,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to further develop its nano-particle coating for glass.

WattGlass' coating is designed to make glass anti-reflective, self-cleaning and highly transparent.

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Date: 15 January 2015

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