The “Materials and Process Innovations for Environmental, Energy, and Biomedical Applications” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
This report showcases a few breakthrough materials and process innovations for environmental, energy, and biomedical applications.
To replace harmful plastics that negatively impact the environment with landfills, a recyclable material has been showcased for use in adhesive packaging. To replace toxic surfactants that are used in the cosmetics industry, a surfactant-free nanoemulsion production process has been highlighted.
Another innovative inkjet printing technology is discussed, which would enhance the printability of electronics on soft substrates, mainly body tissues. A graphene enhanced rubber with excellent mechanical integrity and flex properties for use in footwear has been showcased in this issue. Finally, a novel material to enhance the energy capacity of Li-on batteries have also been discussed in this issue.
Key Topics Covered
- An Adhesive Packaging Produced from Post-consumer Recycled Materials
- A Simple Process to Produce Surfactant-free Nanoemulsions
- Inkjet Printing Technology Enabling Printing Electronics onto Soft Substrates
- Graphene-enhanced Rubber Aimed at Sports Footwear Applications
- Novel Carbon Material for Lithium-ion Batteries
- Key Contacts
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