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Innovations in Composites, Batteries, Microbiome, and Wireless Charging

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  • 45 Pages
  • June 2020
  • Region: Global
  • Frost & Sullivan
  • ID: 5129107

This edition of the Inside R&D Technology Opportunity Engine (TOE) features information on the development of wireless charging systems for fleet vehicles including delivery trucks and also the development of gene therapies that can be used to fight cancer and other genetic disorders. The TOE also features trends and innovations associated with the use of lightweight polymers in the automotive industry to reduce fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions and the use of cost effective silicon-based solar cells that can be used in electronic devices. The TOE also provides intelligence on the use of novel nanocomposites to enhance carbon dioxide capture and the use of quasi-solid electrolytes to improve the efficiency of solid state batteries. The TOE additionally provides insights on the development of cellulose based composites that can be used in the packaging industry and the use of gold nanoparticles in biomedical applications and drug delivery systems. Furthermore, the TOE provides intelligence on the use of eco-friendly alternatives in the fertilizer industry, development of safer battery chemistry for sodium- and lithium- ion-based batteries and the also focuses on innovations based on gut microbiomes.

Inside R&D Technology Opportunity Engine covers global innovations that are in research and development in virtually all technology areas. We provide intelligence and insights on innovations spanning a wide variety of industry areas, including automation, electronics, sensors, information and communication technologies, manufacturing, health, wellness, medical devices, pharma, biotechnology, materials, coatings, renewable fuels, automotive, power systems, sustainable energy solutions and innovations that contribute to a cleaner and greener environment.

Keywords: Bidirectional wireless charging, acoustofluidic technology, fiber reinforced thermosets, halide perovskites, solid state batteries, cellulose bio-composites, edible packaging, sodium-ion batteries, gut microbiome, pharmacogenomics, precision medicine

Table of Contents

Advancements in Composites, Batteries, Microbiome, and Wireless Charging

  • Growth in Wireless Charging Fleet Vehicles
  • Growth Opportunities
  • Gene Therapies Grow in Efficiency
  • Growth Opportunities
  • Growth in Plastic Under-the-hood Parts
  • Growth Opportunities
  • Less Expensive Solar Cells Grow in Stability
  • Growth Opportunities
  • Growth Potential of Carbon Capture Techniques using Metal Organic Framework Nanocomposite
  • Growth Opportunities
  • Growth of Liquid-infused Porous Membranes by Cupcake Method
  • Quasi-solid Electrolyte for Lithium-sulfur Batteries
  • Bacterial Cellulose Composite for Packaging will Drive Growth of the Food and Beverage Industry
  • Growth Opportunities
  • Growth Opportunities in Hybrid Silicone-based Coating
  • Hybrid Silicone-based Coating
  • Gold Nanoparticles Contribute to Growth of Biomedical Applications and Drug Delivery Systems
  • Growth Opportunities
  • Growth Potential of Cows as Giant Bioreactors for Producing Antibodies Used as Treatment for COVID-19
  • Growth Opportunities
  • Growing Need for Artificial Blood Cells with Multi-functionalities
  • Growth Opportunities
  • Technology Attributes
  • Capturing Proteins Using a Bi-functional Molecule
  • Eco-friendly Alternatives Driving the Growth of the Fertilizer Industry
  • Growth Opportunities
  • Developing Safer Battery Profiles is Vital for the Growth of Lithium-ion Batteries
  • Growth Opportunities
  • Sodium-ion Batteries Paving Way for the Growth and Development of Safer Battery Chemistries
  • Growth Opportunities
  • Pharmacogenomic Test Contributes to Growth of Precision Medicine
  • Growth Opportunities
  • IBM, US
  • Atlas Biomed, UK
  • Microba, Australia
  • University of Texas, US
  • Key Contacts

Companies Mentioned

A selection of companies mentioned in this report includes:

  • Atlas Biomed
  • IBM
  • Microba
  • University of Texas