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About Neuton

In our view, a scientific research facility must be available to and serve the interests of any business or public services field that there is. That was the initial idea behind our Scientific Research Center and Labs when Dr. Martin Strangelove opened our doors up in the spring of 1946.

Since those times many generations of talented scientists have served both the public and commercial interest, with our mark of innovation left throughout the engineering, chemical, medication, weaponry, alternate energy, robotics and IT industries. With that still being true today, we’re working closely, in the wake of the 4th Industrial Revolution, towards advancing the human civilization as we know it an…

We Conduct Scientific

Research in An Array of Fields

Advanced robotics

At our advanced robotics lab, we currently try to be intact with the upcoming 4th Industrial Revolution, developing more advanced, machine…

Healthcare labs

This research department is the biggest of all we have, focusing on both understanding the diseases that roam our world, just as well as finding…

Chemical research

As vague as the field may sound, not many people are aware that chemistry is basically the lynchpin ingredient of making all the products that…

Artificial Intelligence

Probably, humans wanted to create an equally intelligent counterpart for as long as there’s a civilization. But it’s only now when the…

Computing

As we were already working on computers since the ’50s, we are naturally interested in helping to advance both the hardware and the…

Alternative Energy

As the energy market continues its slow movement from using fossil fuels, it’s critical that new, safe and renewable energy sources advance forward!

Research – Case Studies

High Energy Rechargeable Lithium Air Batteries

Our center’s researchers have successfully proved that several of the problems that slow down the practical development of the so-called ‘ultimate’ battery could be overcome now!

Our center’s scientists have set up a working laboratory demonstrator of a lithium-oxygen battery which has a very high energy density, is more than 90% efficient, and, to date, can be recharged more than 2000 times, showing how several of the problems impeding the development of these devices could be finally resolved.

Lab Courses for

Young Scientists

Next Graduation Dates are set to July 11–22

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