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Nanostellar average salary is $58,500, median salary is $58,500 with a salary range from $58,500 to $58,500.
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Accountant Consultant 58,500-58,500 REDWOOD CITY, CA, 94063 2016 Nanostellar Accountant Consultant Salaries (2)
Nanostellar REDWOOD CITY, CA Salaries
Accountant Consultant 58,500-58,500 REDWOOD CITY, CA, 94063 2013 Nanostellar Accountant Consultant Salaries (2)
Nanostellar REDWOOD CITY, CA Salaries
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  • Nanostellar Inc.
  • Industry: Chemical Manufacturing
  • City: Redwood City, CA
  • Nanostellar, Inc., is a Menlo Park-based Nano-Composite Material company that develops highly efficient Platinum Nano-Composite Catalyst solutions. Nanostellar addresses a critical need in the catalytic marketplace: conventional technologies utilize platinum as the main catalyst to control automobile emissions and to generate clean energy power (fuel cell applicable). Nanostellar¡¯s patent-pending platinum nano-composite material design technology dramatically reduces the amount of platinum required for conventional catalytic processes by combining platinum with other less costly metals to make nanoparticles. This breakthrough technology is based on a fundamental understanding of the catalytic process at the quantum chemistry level, versus competitors who rely on an