Leyden is an accelerator / venture capital firm solely focused on finding new battery technologies that will change our world. We have access to dry rooms and pilot scale manufacturing facilities that will allow quick and easy testing of new materials and ideas.
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We named our company after the Leyden’s jar.
A Leyden jar, or Leiden jar, is a device that “stores” static electricity between two electrodes on the inside and outside of a glass jar. A Leyden jar typically consists of a glass jar with metal foil cemented to the inside and the outside surfaces, and a metal terminal projecting vertically through the jar lid to make contact with the inner foil. It was the original form of a capacitor (originally known as a “condenser”). (Source: Wikipedia)
It was invented independently by German cleric Ewald Georg von Kleist on 11 October 1745 and by Dutch scientist Pieter van Musschenbroek of Leiden (Leyden) in 1745–1746. The invention was named after the city. (Source: Wikipedia)
Leyden’s team consists of industry experts that will help you take your idea to the next level – prototyping and production.
Read an interview with new @faradayinst CEO Neil Morris! https://t.co/vrjX6ZJDac pic.twitter.com/FidyPOMvH0 — Faraday Institution (@FaradayInst) July 30, 2018 from Twitter https://twitter.com/leydenbattery August 03, 2018 at 10:22AM
Liquid microscopy technique reveals new problem with lithium-oxygen batteries https://t.co/WSCTdFEPLy — leydenbattery (@leydenbattery) July 24, 2018 from Twitter https://twitter.com/leydenbattery July 24, 2018 at 08:59AM
Liquid metal battery could lower cost of storing renewable energy https://ift.tt/2LFHnOs VCG via Getty Images As dreamy as it might be to combine renewable energy sources with storage batteries, there’s a problem: those batteries are expensive. It might take you years to recoup the costs. You’ll be glad to hear, then, that Stanford scientists have …
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