Welcome to the Cambridge Nanomaterials Technology Ltd!

Experts in carbon nanomaterials technology

CNT Ltd Services

  • The Cambridge Nanomaterials Technology (CNT) Ltd is a nanomaterials innovation, management and technology consulting company based in Cambridge, England. It was founded in 2009 by Dr Bojan Boskovic, CEO, who has more than 15 years of experince working in industry and academia with carbon nanomaterials.
  • The CNT Ltd helps companies, universities and government institutions to develop nanomaterials related technology, products, R&D strategy and partnership, IP and market strategies,  training and funding.
  • The CNT Ltd is specialised in carbon nanomaterials R&D consulting and collaborative R&D project management, such as EU FP7 and H2020 project consortium building, proposal preparation and project and exploitation management.
  • The CNT Ltd could create custom designed project teams of experts from its network of consultants from industry and academia and help in building a supply chain for development of products enhanced by nanomaterials. We can provide a constant phone and email access to an expert advice and an expert as a part-time member in your team.

Success stories

    • Dr Bojan Boskovic, CEO and Principal Consultant of the CNT Ltd, is a leader of the Nano-Carbon Enhanced Materials (NCEM) consortium. The NCEM consortium has been put forward by the Centre for Business Innovation Ltd (www.cfbi.com) in order to provide the consortium members a unique inside into carbon nanotechnologies and an opportunity to address commercialisation challenges. The NCEM consortium members include: University of Cambridge (UK); Nokia Research Centre (UK); ST Microelectronics (Italy); International Copper Association (USA); Nexans (France); Bosch (Germany); Codelco (Chile), Thales UK (UK), National Grid (UK), Trinity College Dublin (Ireland), Arup (UK), Schneider Electric (France) and Statnett (Norway). For more information please follow the link: http://www.cnt-ltd.co.uk/services-events/ncem-consortium/

    • The 1st NCEM consortium (NCEM-1) launch was in April 2012 in Cambridge, UK.  In five meetings of the NCEM-1 consortium from April 2012 to April 2013 25 organisations from 10 countries have participated by providing delegates and speakers (see logos below).

    • The CNT Ltd helped the University of Cambridge to build consortium, prepare proposal and win €3.3M EC FP7 UltraWire project on carbon nanotube ultra-conductors. We are also a partner on the project helping with the project management and exploitation and dissemination management. For more information about the UltraWire project and the project partners please follow the project website link: www.ultrawire.eu

    • The CNT Ltd helped the Fraunhofer Institute in Stuttgart to prepare successful EC FP7 application for €4M ElectroGraph project for graphene supercapacitors for the automotive industry. With our experience in EC FP7 projects we helped with the proposal writing and with network of contacts and reputation in the field we helped with the consortium building. We also provided support for the project by taking an active role in the exploitation and dissemination management. For more information, please follow the link: http://www.cnt-ltd.co.uk/nano/graphene-supercapacitors/

    • Dr Bojan Boskovic, CEO and Principal Consultant of the CNT Ltd as a member of the Vendum Batteries Inc. Advisory Board provided advice about commercialisation of carbon nanotube based electrochemical devices and help with collaborative R&D efforts. The CNT Ltd helped the Vendum Batteries to realise the IP landscape for their technology and opportunities for further IP development and product commercialisations. For more information, please follow the link: http://www.cnt-ltd.co.uk/nano/carbon-nanotube-paper-batteries/
    • The CNT Ltd also recently helped a large multinational German company to realise potential of carbon nanomaterials for structural automotive applications and in further development of their products in order to secure future leadership position. We provided them with the IP landscape for their products, technologies, process and competitors as a tool for successful IP brainstorming section and R&D strategy development. For more information, please follow the link: http://www.cnt-ltd.co.uk/nano/nanocarbon-structural-applications-for-automotive-industry/

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