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Issue 52, April 2018  | £30 (PDF download) | 39 pages | Buy below or purchase subscription to access content.

In this issue

New nanotech commercial investments, agreements, collaborations and finance

  • Funding for nanotech LED lighting.
  • Funding for nanotech computer memory technology.
  • New agreement in graphene coatings.
  • Graphene tyres.
  • Multi-million dollar graphene funding.
  • Funding for graphene energy.
  • Agreement to develop graphene elastomers for tyres.

New nanotech products

  • Silica nanoparticles-based anodes for lithium-ion batteries.
  • Silk nanofibers.
  • Stretchable cellulose nanofiber polyester films.
  • Quantum dots for electronics.
  • Cellulose nanofibers for automotive interiors.
  • Cellulose nanofibers for composites.
  • New manufacturing process for cellulose nanofibers.

New graphene products

  • Graphene composites.
  • Graphene sporting equipment.
  • Graphene road surfaces.
  • Graphene tyres.
  • Graphene sensors for biosensing and smart textiles.
  • Graphene paper for flexible batteries.
  • New carbon materials.
  • Graphene satellites.

Nanotech energy 

  • Graphene batteries.
  • Graphene oxide films for thermal conversion.
  • Graphene supercapacitors in India.
  • Graphene perovskite solar cells (PSC)

Nanotech filtration 

  • Graphene membrane coatings.
  • Graphene filters for drinking water developed in Australia.
  • Graphene membranes for oil treatment.
  • Environmentally-friendly carbon-based cleaning process using seaweed.
  • Manufacturing high-quality graphene for use in membranes.

Nanotech biomedicine

  • Graphene glucose sensors.
  • Graphene smart bandages.
  • Biosensors for diagnostics.
  • Producing biomimetic nanoparticles.

Nanotech sensors 

  • Smart graphene wallpaper.
  • Graphene RFID.
  • Graphene biosensors.
  • Infrared sensors for night vision goggles.

Hot nanotech companies

  • Nanotech-based process that dramatically improves the taste of alcoholic beverages.
  • Filtration membrane based on graphene oxide for fine liquid filtration.
  • Water harvesting textiles using carbon nanotubes.
  • Ultra-long nanotubes for cables and composites.
  • Carbon nanotubes sensors for car tyres.
  • Photovoltaic windows using nanoparticles.

Nanotech coaitngs

  • Anti-bacterial nanocoating for disinfecting frequently touched surfaces such as door handles, tables and lift buttons.
  • Non stick nanocoatings.
  • Anti-bacterial graphene coating for implants.

Also in this issue:

  • Nanotech government, regulation and policy news.

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