Peak Nano Optics, LLC, Chooses Coppell, Texas, for Corporate Headquarters
Peak Nano Optics, LLC, a nanotechnology company, will soon call 220 North Freeport Parkway in Coppell home. The more than 211,000 square feet of space will serve as the company's corporate headquarters, bringing up to 125 new full-time jobs. It will also house its main manufacturing facility, which will utilize robotics to produce cutting-edge, lightweight, high performance nanolayer gradient refractive index (GRIN) lenses for use in military and commercial applications.
Peak Nano Optics Closes Minority Investment with L3 Technologies
Peak Nano Optics closed a significant minority investment on February 6, with the signing of an equity and development package with L3 Technologies (NYSE:LLL) as part of a broader expansion plan and program. Details and terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
Gen. Mark Welsh Joins Peak Nano Board
Peak Nano is pleased to announce the addition of retired U.S. Airforce General Mark Welsh to the company's board of directors.
"Mark is the most transformational leader I have ever known", said Jim Welsh, chief executive officer at Peak Nano. "Mark has led at every possible level imaginable and brings an unquantifiable level of experience to Peak, we are so happy to have him join our team."
Texas A&M Foundation President Joins Peak Nano Board of Directors
Peak Nano is pleased to announce the addition of Tyson Voelkel, president of the Texas A&M University Foundation, to its board of directors.
"Tyson has been an advisor to us from day one," said Chad Lewis, president and chief operating officer at Peak Nano. "He is a seasoned leader and strategic thinker who has an amazing insight into building high performance teams."
Peak Nano Optics Completes Series A Financing Totaling $5.8 Million
Peak Nano Optics completed its Series A round of financing with a total of $5.8 million in investments, allowing the company to begin scaling up manufacturing to meet demand in the sporting optics and military markets.
The most disruptive technology in optics in our lifetime.
Using engineered plastics instead of glass, a new generation of sporting optics will be lighter, clearer, and stronger. In the past decades, we’ve seen compact roof prisms replace the bulky porro prisms in our binoculars. Every year, our riflescopes have grown heavier, fatter, and more capable of placing bullets with precision at long distances. And...
Peak Nano, Polymer Plus Join to Introduce Cutting-Edge Optics Technology
Peak Nano, in a joint venture with PolymerPlus, has formed Peak Nano Optics to launch commercial applications utilizing its ground-breaking nano-layered lens technology in the military and commercial optics markets.
Artificial lens mimics human eye’s natural design
A structure built from thousands of polymer nanolayers produces a gradient of refractive responses within a single lens. A new design of artificial lens intended to demonstrate refractive properties similar to those inherently shown by many natural lenses been developed by a US team of researchers. Based around a technology called GRIN, or gradient refractive...
Human Eye Gives Researchers Visionary Design for New, More Natural Lens Technology
Drawing heavily upon nature for inspiration, a team of researchers has created a new artificial lens that is nearly identical to the natural lens of the human eye. This innovative lens, which is made up of thousands of nanoscale polymer layers, may one day provide a more natural performance in implantable lenses to replace damaged...
GRIN optical technology could mean better implantable lenses
Although many people may think that the lenses in our eyes are just like those found in cameras, there is in fact one key difference between the two – while man-made lenses have just a single index of refraction, meaning that they only bend light in one direction, our natural lenses refract light by varying...