2019 Innovations in Advanced Fabrics, Semiconducting Polymers, Graphene, Bio-degradable Straws & Bottles -

Published : Thursday, November 7, 2019, 9:53 am
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DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Innovations in Advanced Fabrics, Semiconducting Polymers, Graphene, Bio-degradable Straws and Bottles" report has been added to's offering.

This issue of High-Tech Materials TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) profiles fabrics with antimicrobial properties, antimicrobial additives for cotton textiles, graphitic materials that are an alternative to graphene, solid state electrolyte materials with superionic conductivity, coating techniques for integrating nanoparticles in carbon fiber-based composites, self-healing textiles developed from squid genes, fibers made from bioengineered spider silk and yeast, semiconducting polymer blends for use in high temperature electronics, liquid crystal elastomers with auxetic behavior, graphene and graphene oxide hybrid membranes for water desalination, phosphor-based transparent solar cells for portable devices, biodegradable straw from rice, bottles from vegetable oil-based soap, guanidine-based nanogels for textiles, and 3D printing for magneto-composites.

Key Topics Covered

  1. Naturally Advanced Fabrics with Antimicrobial Properties
  2. Natural Dyes for Coloring Has High Adoption in Industries Moving Toward Sustainability
  3. Metal-free Antimicrobial Additive for Cotton Textiles
  4. Odor-control Provided by Metal-free Additives have High Short-term Adoption Potential
  5. Novel Graphitic Material as an Alternative to Graphene
  6. Graphitic Material Overcomes Characterization Barriers Critical to Accelerate Adoption
  7. Solid State Electrolyte Material with Superionic Conductivity
  8. Solid State Electrolyte has High Adoption Success in Consumer Electronics Critical in the Short-term
  9. Coating Technique for Integrating Nanoparticles in Carbon Fiber-based Composites
  10. Multi-functional Nanocomposites is a Key Area of Research Focus
  11. Sustainable and Self-healing Textiles Developed from Squid Genes
  12. Self-healing and Sustainable Textiles have High Adoption Potential
  13. Fibers from Bioengineered Spider Silk and Yeast
  14. Sustainable and Environmentally-friendly Textiles are Gaining Prominence and are a Key Area of Research
  15. Semiconducting Polymer Blends for High Temperature Electronics
  16. Semiconducting Polymers has High Research Interests
  17. Synthetically Prepared Liquid Crystal Elastomer That Shows Auxetic Behavior
  18. Materials That Show Auxetic Behavior have High Adoption Potential in the Aerospace Industries
  19. Graphene and Graphene Oxide Hybrid Membrane for Water Desalination
  20. Graphene-based Membrane for Filtration is an Area of Prime Interest
  21. Phosphor-based Transparent Solar Cells as an Effective Energy Source System for Portable Devices
  22. Transparent Solar Cells has High Adoption Potential Owing to its Ease of Integration
  23. Fabricating a Hygienic, Durable, and Bio-degradable Straw
  24. Bio-degradable Straw Assists in Reducing the Impact of Single-use Plastics
  25. Bottles for Toiletries using Disposable, Chemical-free Material
  26. Adoption of Degradable Material is High in the Consumer Goods Industry
  27. Guanidine-based Nanogels for Textiles
  28. Nanogels Can be Easily Grafted onto Any Natural Fiber
  29. Three-dimensional Printing Technology to Produce Magneto-composites
  30. Magnetic Composites can be Integrated into Automotive and Industrial Robotics Industries

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