Advances in Coating Technologies for Dual-modal Imaging, Microbial Fuel Cells, Medical Catheters, Antimicrobial Applications

  • ID: 4380100
  • Report
  • 15 pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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This issue of Advanced Coatings and Surface Technologies TOE profiles recent advances in dual-modal Imaging, ceramic coatings, microbial fuel cells, medical catheters, and antimicrobial coatings. Extensive use for coatings has been observed in medical sector, wherein in one of the cases, nano-contrast coating agents have been developed for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) as well as optical imaging of cancer cells. Further, technologies pertaining to development of antimicrobial coatings on hospital devices using bioelectric effect, use of hydrogel coatings on synthetic medical components have emerged as innovations benefitting the health system. Also, an innovation on ceramic coating for various substrates using kinetic energy has paved way for brittle and intermetallic compounds has been highlighted. In another innovation, researchers have successfully used polymer coated bacteria to generate current in microbial fuel cells.

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Advances in Coating Technologies
  • Silica-coated Nanorods for Dual-modal Imaging
  • Kinetic Energy-enabled Ceramic Coating
  • Microbial Fuel Cells consisting Bacteria Coated with Polypyrrole
  • Hydrogel-based Coating for Medical Devices
  • Polymeric Antimicrobial Coating With Silver Ions
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