October 30 to November 3, 2023: AQM selected to attend the Canada - Korea Quantum Technologies Innovation Forum in Seoul.
Dec 10, 2021: With the arrival of our new DLS and Viscosity instruments, AQM is launching a new product area- Sample Analysis Services.
For technical details on the ViscoQC300 viscometer please visit Rotational viscometer: ViscoQC: Anton-Paar.com.
For sample analysis costs and/or details please contact us at AQM.
September 5, 2019: Government of Canada supports Innovative Businesses and Organizations in Edmonton and Surrounding Areas.
Under the Business Scale-Up and Productivity Program (BSP), Western Economic Diversification Canada provided funding to innovative businesses in Edmonton and surrounding areas. Applied Quantum Materials was one of the 12 successful small and medium sized business to receive funding for its plan to scale production of silicon nanomaterials.
May 17, 2019, New Trail Magazine, University of Alberta
Detect Explosives with a Strip of Paper? This Edmonton Company is Disrupting the Market with its Ground breaking Technology, Exchange Magazine, February 14, 2019.
Alberta Company Harnesses Nanotech to Create Solar-powered Windows, Journal of Commerce, Construct Connect, February 13, 2019.
Alberta Uses Carbon Tax Revenue to Support Solar Initiative, January 25, 2019, Global TV News Edmonton at 6pm.
Quantum start-up explodes traditional airport security, Mitacs Impact story, December 2018.
AQM to present at the Banff Venture Forum, September 19-21, 2018.
AQM demonstrated its silicon nanomaterials and applications at the Telus World of Science Edmonton, Dark Matters event, March 8, 2018.
AQM to provide keynote at NanoCanada First National Conference - Converging on Nanomanufacturing, September 25-26, 2017 in Montreal, QC.
AQM’s SiOx electron beam resist was used in partnership with the University of Alberta NanoFab and Applied Nanotools to create the world’s smallest logo for the Edmonton Oilers hockey team. 900 million logos would fit on a hockey puck. Link to CBC News Story
Source: University of Alberta nanoFAB Centre