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Growth Opportunities in Dielectric Materials, Recycled and Sustainable Materials

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  • 55 Pages
  • January 2022
  • Region: Global
  • Frost & Sullivan
  • ID: 5574919
This issue of High-Tech Materials Technology Opportunity Engine (TOE) showcases growth opportunities in growth opportunities in dielectric materials, recycled and sustainable materials. Innovations in focus include dielectric elastomers made using carbon black silicone, integrated circuit solutions made using sustainable carbon materials, a road repair technology using graphene and recycled plastics, thermoforming-compatible dielectric inks, a personalized and easily integrable Internet of Packaging platform, and a rapid and cost-effective dry molded fiber technology. The TOE also covers reused or recycled plant-based biodegradable cool packs, a competent microbial product development platform with in-built strain selection strategies, a carbon recycling technology that brings underutilized carbon into the fuel pool using industrial symbiosis, and a strap processing technique that promises to reclaim polymers from multilayer plastic using thermodynamic calculations.

The High-Tech Materials TOE provides intelligence on technologies, products, processes, applications, and strategic insights on various materials across industries. Some material technologies include lightweight materials, bio-based materials, ceramics, smart materials, fibers, nanomaterials, responsive materials, polymers, woven and non woven materials, polymers and plastics and packaging materials.

The Chemicals and Advanced Materials cluster tracks research and innovation trends and developments across specialty chemicals, plastics, polymers, chemicals, bio-chemicals, metals, coatings, thinfilms, surface treatments, composites, alloys, oil and gas, fuel additives, fibers, and several other related technologies and its impact and application across industries.

Table of Contents

Innovations in Dielectric Materials, Recycled and Sustainable Materials
  • Dielectric Elastomers Made Using Carbon Black Silicone
  • Elastomeric Flexibility and Increased Load Resistance Create Additional Opportunities in Flexible Electronics and Robotics
  • Desaar - Investor Dashboard
  • Integrated Circuit Solutions Made Using Sustainable Carbon Materials
  • Flexible Integration, Non-Assembly Structure, and Recyclability Gives An Advantage for Integrated Circuits
  • Fleep Technologies - Investor Dashboard
  • Road Repair Technology Using Graphene and Recycled Plastics
  • Graphene and Recycled Plastic-Enabled Road Repair Technology Offers Increased Durability With Reduced Costs
  • Roadfill Limited - Investor Dashboard
  • Thermoforming Compatible Dielectric Inks
  • Tunability, Cost-Effectiveness, and Easy Integration With Existing Technologies Provide the Inks An Advantage
  • Dycotec Materials - Investor Dashboard
  • Personalized, Easily Integrable Internet of Packaging Platform
  • Internet of Packaging Cloud Platform Enables Real-Time Data Collection Throughout the Value Chain With Enhanced Data Analytics
  • Magic Add - Investor Dashboard
  • Rapid and Cost-Effective Dry Molded Fiber Technology
  • Air-Compressed High Performance Dry Molded Fibers as An Alternative to Single-Use Plastics
  • Pulpac - Investor Dashboard
  • Reused or Recycled Plant-Based Biodegradable Cool Packs
  • Environment Friendly Recycold Cool Packs Display Prolonged Temperature Maintenance Than Conventional Ice Packs
  • Recycold - Investor Dashboard
  • Competent Microbial Product Development Platform With In-Built Strain Selection Strategies
  • Integrated Synthetic Biology and Microbial Fermentation Platform Provides Rapid and Efficient Bioproduct Development
  • Acies Bio - Investor Dashboard
  • Carbon Recycling Technology Brings Underutilized Carbon into the Fuel Pool Using Industrial Symbiosis
  • A Promising Approach to Carbon Capture and Reuse
  • Lanzatech Inc. - Investor Dashboard
  • Strap Processing Technique Promises to Reclaim Polymers from Multilayer Plastic Using Thermodynamic Calculations
  • Strap Processing Reduces the Complexity in Solvent Selection for Polymer Dissolution Using Computational Approach
  • University of Wisconsin - Investor Dashboard

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Companies Mentioned (Partial List)

A selection of companies mentioned in this report includes, but is not limited to:

  • Desaar
  • Fleep Technologies
  • Roadfill Limited
  • Dycotec Materials
  • Magic Add
  • Pulpac
  • Recycold
  • Acies Bio
  • Lanzatech Inc.
  • University of Wisconsin