Situation 73 – Nanotech Journal







Revealed June 2022, 17 pages

On this situation:

  • Newest nanotech investments, business agreements and rounds of finance, Could-June 2022.
  • Newest nanotech product information, industrial collaborations and business agreements, Could-June 2022.
    • Cellulose nanofiber (CNF)-reinforced plastic.
    • Nnotechnology-enabled options that enhance agricultural and meals manufacturing, meals and vitamin safety, sustainability, meals security, excessive value-added merchandise, and agricultural water.
    • Quantum dots in solar-generating home windows.
    • Quantum dots for diagnostics.
    • Nanocellulose for biotextiles.
    • Nanomaterials for lithium extraction.
    • 3D nanocomposite glass.
    • Silica nanobatteries.
  • Newest graphene product information, industrial collaborations and business agreements, Could-June 2022.
    • Graphene-based show know-how.
    • Graphene-enhanced plastics.
    • Graphene materials.
    • Graphene for lithium extraction.
    • Turning plastic into graphene.
    • Graphene membranes.
    • Graphene for defence.
    • Graphene for automotive interiors.
    • Graphene for house heating.
    • Graphene automotive composites.
  • Newest graphene power product information, Could-June 2022.
    • Aluminium-Graphene pouch cell battery .
    • Graphene Aluminium-Ion (“G+Al”) batteries.
    • Lowered graphene oxide (rGO) for supercapacitors.
    • Biofuel and graphene.
    • Conductive polymers for batteries.
  • Newest graphene textiles product information, Could-June 2022.
    • Graphene good footwear.
    • Graphene for conductive and warmth dissipation materials.
    • Graphene in sportswear.


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