Siluria Technologies, Inc. is a privately-held, venture capital backed company that specializes in natural gas technology. Founded in 2007 by Angela M. Belcher, Siluria Technologies, Inc. is headquartered in Mountain View, California.
Overview & Corporate Organization
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|Manufacturing & Industrial > Computers, Electronic Products & Components Manufacturing|
|Technology > Nanotechnology > Nanoelectronics|
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Detailed Business Description: Siluria Technologies, Inc.
Siluria Technologies, Inc. is a privately-held, venture-backed company that specializes in natural gas technology. The Company is currently pre-revenue as it is developing its proprietary natural gas technology. In place of resource-intensive processes based on petroleum, the Siluria platform offers a more cost-effective process that is directly compatible with the same industrial chemical manufacturing equipment used today. This breakthrough is made possible by Siluria’s novel synthetic technology, which produces inorganic materials in the same way nature makes them: by growing metals and metal oxide crystals on a biological template. The technology offers unique ways to manipulate catalyst surfaces, thus improving catalyst performance in structure-sensitive reactions, such as selective oxidations of light alkanes to olefins and oxygenates. This enables Siluria to optimize a chemical manufacturing process which many have tried to crack: methane activation.
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