Nanotechnology Innovations in Medicine, Flexible Electronics, and Solar Power Systems

  • ID: 4380080
  • Report
  • 15 pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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This issue of Nanotech TOE profiles development of a new method for cancer diagnosis based on nanoparticles, using silicon nanoparticles to fight against bacteria, and carbon nanostructures that can increase absorption in solar power systems. The issue also profiles production methods of flexible sensors made from graphene, and carbon nanostructure-based hybrids for solar power systems.

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Advances in Nanoprocessing and Nanomaterials
  • Bio-compatibile Nanoparticles to Boost Cancer Detection
  • Graphene with Self-healing Characteristics for Flexible Sensors
  • Silicon Nanoparticles to Fight Against Bacteria
  • Method for Producing Nanomaterial that can Increase Flexibility in Electronic Devices
  • Carbon Nanostructures to Enhance Absorbtion in Solar Power Systems
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