Danaher Cryo awarded University of Colorado CUbit grant to advance quantum with cryocooler invention

Jan 31, 2024 | General Danaher Cryo News

Danaher Cryogenics receives Colorado grant to advance Quantum!

Danaher Cryogenics was one of seven Colorado companies awarded Translational Quantum Research Seed Grants. The grant will support Danaher’s Adaptive Cooling Technology (ACT), a new Pulse Tube cryocooler invention that holds great promise for the Cryogenic and Quantum communities.

“This grant comes at a very strategic time,” states Danaher Cryogenics President, Charlie Danaher. “We’re thrilled to be selected by the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) to work on this exciting technology. These funds will help leverage our on-going efforts, and it advances our existing partnership with University of Colorado Boulder and National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).”

We look forward to bringing this technology out of the laboratory and into the cryogenic community.

Read the University of Colorado Boulder press release!

View Danaher Cryo’s LinkedIn post regarding this announcement here.