Chicago Inno: NanoGraf Lands $1.65M Grant From DoD To Develop Long-Lasting Batteries For Military Equipment

Battery tech startup NanoGraf has landed a $1.65 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense to develop longer-lasting batteries to power military equipment.

NanoGraf, founded in 2012 and formerly known as SiNode Systems, makes powerful, patented lithium-ion batteries, a product initially developed at Northwestern University and Argonne National Laboratory. The company was originally founded by Samir Mayekar, who is now Chicago’s deputy mayor for economic and neighborhood development.

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