This issue of the Nanotechnology TOE covers innovations in healthcare, energy, automotive, and electronic applications. Innovations profiled a yeast-based biosensor for measurement of radiation exposure level, stretchable electronics for applications in robotics, sustainable light-emitting Particles for LED displays, a simple method for controlling properties of carbon nanotubes, and controlled release of microRNA for healthcare applications.
In addition, novel wear-resistance ceramics, a ceramic-coating with self-healing properties, and a 3D graphene aerogel that can be used in energy and aerospace applications are profiled.
The Nanotech TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) provides intelligence on technologies, products, processes, applications, and strategic insights on nanotechnology-related innovations and their impact across various industries.
Technology focus areas include nanomaterials, nanocoatings, nanohealthcare, nanomedicine, and nanomanufacturing.
The Chemicals and Advanced Materials cluster tracks research and innovation trends and developments across:
- Specialty Chemicals
- Surface Treatments
- Oil And Gas
- Fuel Additives
Amongst several other related technologies and its impact and application across industries.
- 3D Printing
- Core-Shell Light-Emitting Particles
- Wear-Resistant Ceramics
- Self-Healing Materials
- Stretchable Electronics
- Artificial Skin
- Carbon Nanotubes
- Single Crystal Particles
- Nano Inks
- Tissue Healing Process
Advances in Nanotechnology
- Yeast-based Biosensor to Measure Radiation Exposure Level
- Simple Method to Control Properties of Carbon Nanotubes at the Production Level
- Nanogel to Prevent Virus Infections
- Controlled Release of MicroRNA to Accelerate Bone Healing Process
- Silver- and Copper-based Conductive Nano Inks Enabling Electric Devices Competetive Production
- Nanoceramic Materials with High Wear Resistance Properties
- Self-healing Ceramic Nanocoating for Automotive Applications
- Sustainable Light Emitting Nanoparticles for LED Displays
- Stretchable Electronics for Applications in Robotics
- 3D Graphene Aerogel from Graphene Oxide
- Key Contacts