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December 2022 | News

Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors (CHIPS)

Electronic devices have been getting smarter and smaller for as long as they have been around. The first computer (ENIAC) was 27 tons and took up 1,800 square feet. Now we carry handheld devices with hundreds of millions of times the processing power everywhere we go. With the influx of…

November 2022 | News

Radioisotopes and How They Work

As a company that builds batteries powered by radioactive decay, City Labs is constantly working to harness radioisotopes for the microelectronics industry. Understanding the difference between normal isotopes and radioactive isotopes, how radioactive isotopes are formed, and the countless ways in which they can be used is an important part…


City Labs Completes First Round of Financing, Shares Vision of Bringing More High-Tech to South Florida

City Labs, Inc., the pioneering innovator of long-life (20+ years) NanoTritium™ batteries for microelectronics, has relocated its operations to the Carrie Meek Business Center in Homestead, Florida. Sponsored by NASA, the Center helps accelerate the success of small businesses by providing affordable space and shared office services and fulfills enterprise development needs.


EE TIMES Features City Labs’ NanoTritium(TM) Battery

City Labs, Inc.(Miami) recebtly has been granted a product regulatory general license to manufacture, sell, and …

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