University of Tennessee Explores “Flatland” Using an LC Technology Glovebox

11-0070 U of TN (Gu Group)Dr. Gu’s research group at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville explores “‎Flatland”‬ using an LC Technology ‪‎glovebox‬ for ‎2D‬ (two-dimensional) materials research. Click here to learn more about Dr. Gu’s research.

Posted: March 20, 2015

University of Wisconsin Uses LC Technology Glovebox for Fab Lab

FabLab4Experts in molecular semiconductor and conjugated polymer synthesis, and optoelectronic device fabrication, Trisha Andrew’s “Fab Lab” clean room at the University of Wisconsin’s Department of Chemistry uses LC Technology gloveboxes for nanostructure spintronics. Using a mixture of traditional organic synthesis, ultra high-vacuum physical vapor deposition, chemical vapor deposition, sputtering, and e-beam deposition, they make unique materials and devices containing open-shell (radical) materials. For more on their research visit

Posted: March 13, 2015

SUNY Binghamton Uses LC Tech Glovebox for Research

12-0018 SUNY BinghamtonHoward Wang’s Mechanical Engineering Department at SUNY Binghamton conducts research in an LC Technology glovebox. For more on Professor Wang’s research and a slideshow of their glovebox in use visit…/research/equipment/glovebox.html

Posted: March 6, 2015

SonoTek Integrates LC Technology Glovebox into ExactoCoat Inert System

Sonotek exactacoat-inertSonoTek, a designer, manufacturer, and service company that makes precision ultrasonic spraying systems, has integrated an LC Technology inert glovebox into their ExactoCoat Inert System. The ExactoCoat Inert System is designed to deposit active layer polymers, buffer layers, and PEDOT coatings in organic solar cell manufacturing.

For more information, including a video demonstration visit:

Posted: February 19, 2015

Drexel University Nanocrystal Research Uses LC Technology Glovebox

204Dr. Aaron Fafarman and his research group at Drexel University’s Chemical & Biological Engineering Dept. use this single length glovebox with recirculating gas purification system for fabrication and spectroscopic and electrical characterization of nanocrystal films and devices. For more information on Dr. Fafarman’s reasearch visit

Posted: February 13, 2015

Arizona State University Uses Glovebox for Chemical Synthesis

LC Technology glovebox with cold well and freezerJoe Rheinhardt and his group at Arizona State University recently purchased an LC Technology glovebox with freezer & cold well for chemical synthesis under inert conditions.

Posted: February 5, 2015

Mount Allison University’s Glovebox Instructional Video

A great video by Mount Allison University demonstrating how to use an LC Technology glovebox. To learn more about Mount Allison’s Chemistry and Biochemistry department visit

Posted: January 29, 2015

Customer Uses Glovebox for Energy Conversion Systems

This customer’s glovebox system is used for the investigation of electrochemically prepared layers and interfaces in lithium-ion batteries and other 14-0017 U of CA-Irvine DSCN7133energy conversion systems.
Posted: January 21, 2015

Stefik Group’s New Laboratory Features LC Technology Glovebox

LC Technology GloveboxEquipped for polymer synthesis, nanoparticle synthesis, and device fabrication, the Stefik Group has recently developed a new laboratory which includes an LC Technology glovebox. The glovebox features an atomic layer deposition system (ALD), feedthroughs for electrochemical measurements, and will be used for both air-free synthesis and device testing.

To learn more about the Stefik Group please visit

Posted: January 14, 2015

New Lab for Solar Cell Fabrication at Mount Holyoke College

Undergrad students at Alexi Arango’s lab at Mount Holyoke College use an LC Technology glovebox to build layered structures such as organic LEDs and third-generation solar cells with a goal of generating renewable energy. These cells employ semiconductors such as quantum dots, molecular dyes, and metal oxides which are easily manufactured, highly efficient, and inexpensive compared to devices using silicon.

To learn more about Mount Holyoke’s research visit

Posted: January 8, 2015