ActaCell

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Not much is known about them right now. Google.org made an investment in the company in 2008. ActaCell has been working toward a 2010 commercial launch. ActaCell’s devices, which it expects to have a longer cycle life at lower costs than the competition, are based on technology developed at the University of Texas at Austin.

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