Hydrogen generating nanomaterials.
"Learning and implementing the lean startup process was extremely valuable, even more so than the financial support."
"It’s really cool to be invested in this community."
"We were excited by the puzzle of how to make this into a product people actually want."
"The exciting part for me is the process of talking with potential customers and hearing ‘Wow, that solves my problem.’"
"The most exciting thing is that we’ve been able to prove out the technology."
"It’s a fire hose approach to vetting a technology."
"We are excited by the possibility of obtaining verifiable data from the prototypes we created through the NEXUS-NY program."
"NEXUS-NY helped us identify pathways to commercialize the energy storage technologies developed in our lab."
"Understanding whether customers really care about the invention is the big key."
"We greatly benefited from other teams in the NEXUS-NY program."
"NEXUS-NY offered us the opportunity to add some rigor to a process we already had in mind."
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