In November 2013, AMT II Corporation acquired a 75 percent stake in Adherent Technologies for $15 million. Adherent Technologies, a Sandia National Laboratories spinoff, hopes to commercialize an array of technologies and has created about two-dozen new processes and products for use in the aerospace and automotive industries. The firm also develops and markets photocurable resin systems for use as adhesives and conformal coatings in the electronics industry, and as coatings in the aerospace industry. In addition, the company offers mechanical and analytical testing services, as well as consulting services in the areas of light curing resin systems, including adhesives and composites; improvement of carbon fiber reinforced composite interfacial properties; surface treatments (carbon fiber, ceramic fiber, nanomaterials); and recycling of wastestreams. The firm serves government and industrial clients, as well as the defense and aerospace industry. Adherent Technologies, Inc. develops specialty polymers and processes for use in sensors, high-performance composites, adhesives, coatings, foams, and recycling of polymer based scrap. The firm also has available an extensive line of patented photocuring adhesives used in production by industries such as electronic assembly, aerospace, and various manufacturing processes.