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Solar Power Innovator Named Director of Energy Institute – UT News – UT News | The University of Texas at Austin

§ July 4th, 2021 § Filed under Nanomaterials Comments Off on Solar Power Innovator Named Director of Energy Institute – UT News – UT News | The University of Texas at Austin

AUSTIN, Texas Brian Korgel, a professor in the McKetta Department of Chemical Engineering, will be the next director of the Energy Institute at The University of Texas at Austin, effective Sept. 1.

Korgel succeeds Varun Rai, associate dean of research at the LBJ School of Public Affairs, who has served as the institutes director since 2019.

A nanomaterials scientist and member of the National Academy of Engineering, Korgel examines problems in energy storage, chemical transformations, energy harvesting and conversion, and medicine.

Professor Korgel has a strong background in chemical engineering and has worked for many years to build collaborations between UT researchers, industry and government leaders, making him the ideal choice to head UTs Energy Institute, said interim Vice President for Research Alison Preston. I look forward to working with him to strengthen the institutes role as a catalyst for energy research on campus.

Korgel is also the founding director of UTsIndustry/University Cooperative Research Centerfor Next-Generation Photovoltaics, which among its numerous societal contributions pairs researchers with industry leaders to develop the solar-integrated technologies needed to achieve a future with net-zero carbon emissions.

Moreover, he has been awarded15 patents,andhis work has spun off two energy technology startups, one of whichwas acquired by DuPont in 2011.

This is an exciting time for energy research theres a serious global push to create a much more sustainable energy economy, Korgel said. New technologies are needed to get us there, and there are many UT researchers creating the innovations that are enabling and leading this transition. Energy research underlies both economic prosperity and long-term climate sustainability. It underlies peoples quality of life.

Korgelreceived a doctorate in chemical engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles, where his interests in energy sustainabilityfirsttook holdas he workedto develop ways tominimize chemical plant emissions.Heserved as a postdoctoral fellow at University College Dublin.

In addition to his significant contributions to energy sustainability,Korgelalsodedicates time to fostering collaborations among artists, scientists and engineers. His own artwork explores collaboration, language and human artificial intelligence and robot cohabitation. His work has been featuredmost recently as part of theHearandNowTEDx Drive-Thru Art Exhibition in Austin.He also has a passion for teaching, which includes hosting engineering study abroad sessions around the world such as the Advanced Nanotechnology & Innovation Maymester he recently led in Copenhagen, Denmark.

The Energy Institute seeks to foster innovation, educate students and inform policy by promoting energy research and expertise from all departments and across all energy-related fields and topics at UT Austin.

The work we do in the Energy Institute matters a lot to a lot of people, which makes leading it a really exciting and important challenge for me personally, Korgel said. Im looking forward to it.

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Does the Potential of Nano Dimension Stock Outweigh Its Risks? – Motley Fool

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Given its current state, investors might struggle with the investment case for Nano Dimension (NASDAQ:NNDM) even though it has drawn the interest of Cathie Wood's ARK Invest funds. While the company holds the potential to upend a vital part of the tech industry, customers seem slow to warm to its product. For this reason, investors need to more closely weigh Nano Dimension's prospects against its ongoing challenges before deciding to open a position.

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Israel-based Nano Dimension develops 3D-printed electronic systems. It combines nanomaterials with 3D inkjet and 3D software to manufacture multilayer printed circuit boards (PCBs).It produces these circuit boards through its DragonFly LDM system, which applies lights-out digital manufacturing (hence the "LDM"), described by the company as the "only comprehensive additive manufacturing platform" for making electronic circuitry with 3D printing.

Procurement compliance company Beroe estimates the size of this industry at $58 billion in 2020, with the potential to reach $70 billion by 2024. Nonetheless, the circuit board industry draws relatively little interest from investors. According to industrial sourcing and marketing company Thomas, the largest circuit board manufacturer is Jabil, which receives little investor coverage despite employing about 260,000 people and supplying clients such as Appleand Amazon.

Now, Nano Dimension can replicate that company's manufacturing process within a 3D printing unit, posing a serious competitive threat to manufacturers such as Jabil.As longtime tech industry observers will recall, today's HP printer can print brochures and newsletters that would have required the services of a commercial printer in the previous century. Likewise, Nano Dimension's 3D printer allows a small or medium-sized business to create circuit boards in-house.

This could reduce the potential client base of large manufacturers. Moreover, it could also allow businesses and entities of nearly all sizes to produce specialty electronic products in small batches. That could facilitate the production of new devices from small and large manufacturers alike. Among its more recent new clients are defense agencies, contractors, and the U.S. military itself.

Furthermore, Nano Dimension holds about $1.4 billion in liquidity. This gives it a large amount of capital that it can invest in acquisitions and product improvements. To that end, it bought Nanofabrica and DeepCube in April, moves that will likely improve its miniaturization and deep-learning capabilities, respectively.

Additionally, Nano Dimension also released its next-generation 3D printer, the DragonFly LDM 2.0, in May, and it plans to release two new generations of machines within the next 18 months.

Nonetheless, investors likely to feel encouraged by the value proposition might start to harbor doubts when realizing that the company remains in a very early stage of its development. Nano Dimension sold only 61 units between 2018 and 2020.

Its financials also reflect that early stage position. Revenue for the first quarter of 2021 came in at only $811,000. This is up from $702,000 in the year-ago quarter. Also, its net quarterly loss came to $9.3 million, significantly higher than the $3.5 million loss in the first quarter of 2020, as operating expenses more than doubled.

However, the quarterly year-over-year increase may point to a recovery. In fiscal 2020, Nano Dimension reported revenue of $3.4 million in 2020, a 52% decline from 2019 levels as sales suffered amid the pandemic. The drop also came at a time of rising operating expenses, especially general and administrative expenses, which surged more than sixfold. As a result, its operating loss in 2020 came to almost $36 million, an increase of about 240% from the nearly $15 million it lost in 2019.

Investors should also note that the company earned almost $2 million of its $3.4 million in 2020 revenue in the fourth quarter alone. That revenue level came in at about the same level as the just under $2 million earned in the fourth quarter of 2019, indicating that the company's recovery from the pandemic made significant progress in the last three months of 2020.

Although the company did not release Q2 or full-year 2021 guidance, analyst estimates point to continued increases as they predict sales of about $5 million in fiscal 2021. While that would mean an increase of nearly 50% from 2020 levels, many investors may still perceive the company's concept as unproven.

Without more significant sales numbers, the Israel-based company has turned to the issuance of more ADR shares for its financing. Today, more than 256 million shares trade on exchanges, and this count has risen exponentially. In July 2020, the shares outstanding stood at just over 46 million. Two years ago, that count was only 3.6 million. This share issuance was probably a major factor in the tech stock's drop from almost $18 per share in January to just below $5.50 in mid-May, though the share price has since risen.

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Its run-up has also brought with it valuation concerns, at least from one key perspective. The company's market cap now stands at just over $2.1 billion. Consequently, Nano Dimension sells for a price-to-sales (P/S) ratio of just over 250!

Still, this might mislead investors, because Nano Dimension's liquidity reflects most of the company's value. As a result, its price-to-book value ratio stands at around 1.4, well below the average S&P 500 book value multiple of 4.7.

Even with the risks, Nano Dimension's value proposition holds too much potential to ignore. Admittedly, the lack of sales and massive share issuances should rightly concern investors.

However, the opportunity for more-affordable specialty circuit boards could offer electronics manufacturing capabilities to small businesses in the same way that inkjet printers brought the power to create professional-looking publications to individuals. That prospect in itself could lead to crazy returns in the coming years.

This article represents the opinion of the writer, who may disagree with the official recommendation position of a Motley Fool premium advisory service. Were motley! Questioning an investing thesis -- even one of our own -- helps us all think critically about investing and make decisions that help us become smarter, happier, and richer.

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Nanomaterial stores radicals to power photopolymerisation in the dark – Chemistry World

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Functionalised carbon nitride nanomaterials capable of storing light energy in the form of long-lived radicals have made it possible for photoreactions to take place in the dark, new research shows.1

Photosynthesis, the process of converting light energy into electrochemical potential in plants and using it to drive reactions when dark has proven difficult to replicate in artificial systems. This is because photogenerated charge pairs tend to recombine after irradiation, which prevents photoreactions occurring in the absence of light.

On account of its ability to promote electronhole separation, a team surrounding Ze Zhang from the University of Science and Technology of China, predicted that C3N4-NH2 might stop charge pairs from recombining by trapping photogenerated electrons. Whilst electronhole separation under irradiation took place when the team probed the material experimentally, electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy (EPR) confirmed that C3N4-NH2 did not store electrons. Density functional theory calculations to determine the charge distribution of C3N4-NH2 revealed that modifying the structure by replacing a proton in the amino (NH2) group with a cyano (CN-) moiety gave a more positive charge distribution, given the enhanced interaction of the heptazine rings toward electrons.2 Heptazines are nitrogen-rich aromatic systems, meaning they are strongly electron-deficient and likely to hold on to electrons, making them ideal candidates for electron storage.

Irradiating the C3N4NHCN species resulted in a blue suspension and a g value of 2.0021 using EPR, which is characteristic of stored electrons. Upon exposure to air, the electrons immediately reacted, and the suspension changed colour. Neither the C3N4NH2 and C3N4N--CN suspensions were blue in colour or showed an EPR signal.

To investigate the electron storage ability of C3N4NHCN, the team varied the proportion of protonated and non-protonated units by changing the pH. This led them to conclude thatthe more NHCN groups present, the greater the EPR signal strength and the stronger the colour of the suspension. Further analysis of C3N4NHCN involved methylene blue, which Zhang explains was due to its significant absorption changes before and after accepting electrons, [meaning] it is helpful to determine the amount of electron storage. This investigation uncovered that C3N4NHCN with five layers could absorb all the methylene blue available after 10 minutes of irradiation, which was confirmed using EPR. The EPR signal intensity indicated that 50% of the stored electrons were still present after one month and available to participate in reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer (RAFT) polymerisation. This process is initiated by electron transfer from C3N4NHCN to diphenyliodonium (DPI), which produces phenyl radicals that can react with the RAFT reagent to promote photopolymerisation. Relative to polymerisation under continuous light irradiation, fewer side reactions take place and the RAFT agent does not degrade, resulting in polymers with greater molecular weights.

Athina Anastasaki, based at ETH Zurich in Switzerland, whose research focuses on radical polymerisation remarks that the work provides a new tool for the synthesis of advanced functional polymers that can be used for a wide range of applications. Zhang says the team hope to continue to develop light energy conversion and storage materials and expand the application range of stored electrons.

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Smart Nanomaterials Market- Business Growth Strategies, Key Trends, Future Demand And Top Market Vendors Insight- Advanced Nano Products, 3M, Akzo…

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Global Non-Polymeric Organic Nanomaterial Market Size will be Expanded and Reach Millions $ by 2024 The Courier – The Courier

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Carbon Nanomaterials Market 2020 Industry Size, Growth, Revenue, Global Statistics and Forecast to 2026 The Manomet Current – The Manomet Current

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How is Virtual Reality Changing STEM Education? – AZoM

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In recent times, virtual reality technology has assisted in the transformation of the world that we live in. From online shopping and virtual working to medical operations, Virtual Reality (VR) is fast becoming an increasingly valuable tool for a multitude of industries.

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One particular sector where this technology is taking off is in STEM education. This pioneering technology is boosting student engagement, while VR labs are helping to unlock innovative new solutions.

These state-of-the-art VR laboratories are now utilized across a broad spectrum of areas, and experts are conducting experiments with how VR could one day be used to replace conventional labs.

A first-person immersive VR experience is both engaging and realistic; the results from experiments performed within an instrumentation-based organic chemistry lab and using a VR lab show no noticeable difference in learning outcomes.

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Around the world, VR and Augmented Reality (AR) are becoming a key component of STEM education. Leading companies and organizations are using the technology to exhibit how their learning skills correspond to real-life situations.

At Stensborg, STEM education is of vital importance to the progress of the company. The capabilities VR and AR on offer generate key insights into the world of nanomaterials and spectrometers; A VR laboratory experience was designed to teach students how to use an infrared spectrometer and elucidate an unknown structure from the resulting infrared spectrum.

Using nanoimprint technology is crucial within photonic components; Stensborg strives to lower production costs and raise efficiency with technology that enhances the experience and produces a better quality result.

For more than 20 years, Stensborg has been using state-of-the-art technologies to design and develop pioneering nanoimprint lithography equipment.

STEM education is crucial in todays world, and Stensborg is delighted to see how integrating Virtual Reality into the curriculum can help the next generation of innovators when entering the field.

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The Coretec Group Enters Into Research Partnership With Eindhoven University of Technology – Business Wire

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ANN ARBOR, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Coretec Group, Inc., (OTCQB: CRTG) (the Company) has partnered with Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), one of the global top 50 universities in the field of Engineering & Technology in the QS World University rankings, to further advance intellectual property patents surrounding The Coretec Groups Cyclohexasilane (CHS).

TU/e will focus on comparisons of deposition rates and film quality over silane and other higher order silanes in order to quantify the value for use of such materials in semiconductor processing and the manufacturing of photonics.

Dr. Erik Bakkers, Full Professor at TU/e in the Applied Physics Department will lead the research. Dr. Bakkers is one of the worlds foremost researchers in the field of nanomaterials including studies of higher order silanes, nanowires, and light emission from silicon. Dr. Bakkers lab has the capability to perform side-by-side comparisons of deposition characteristics of CHS and other silicon precursors and to properly characterize and assess film qualities of all such comparisons.

For the growth of light-emitting silicon, it is important to work at an as low as possible temperature. CHS could be a game-changer, said Dr. Bakkers.

The work performed by Dr. Bakkers lab includes in depth characterization of the physical properties of CHS as well as growth rate comparisons to other silicon precursors such as porosity, density, and extent of coverage.

In order to properly validate the deposition characteristics of CHS, we rely on experts like Dr. Bakkers with the necessary facilities and know-how to fabricate the silicon-based films and nanostructures used in our target applications. The researchers at Eindhoven have the scientific expertise to properly make assessments about their quality, said Ramez Elgammal, VP of Technology, at The Coretec Group.

The Coretec Group is partnered with Evonik, a world leader of specialty chemicals, to produce initial quantities of CHS and continues to work with other globally recognized companies as they evaluate CHS as a key material in their technology. The Coretec Group works with and sponsors research institutions to expand intellectual property rights through provisional patents covering the value of CHS.

About The Coretec Group

The Coretec Group, Inc. is developing a portfolio of engineered silicon to improve energy-focused verticals, including electric vehicle and consumer batteries, solid-state lighting (LEDs), and semiconductors, as well as 3D volumetric displays and printable electronics. The Coretec Group serves the global technology markets in energy, electronics, semiconductor, solar, health, environment, and security.

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About Eindhoven University of Technology

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Inventor creates new material that can keep buildings cool without air conditioning | TheHill – The Hill

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A Boston professor created an invention that reflects the heat off of rooftops and even sucks the heat out of homes and buildings and the real kicker is that it is 100 percent recyclable.

Yi Zheng, associate professor of mechanical and industrial engineering at Northeastern University, created cooling paper so that a building or home could essentially keep cool on its own, with no electricity required, according to Northeastern Universitys blog.

The paper can cool down a rooms temperature by as much as 10 degrees Fahrenheit a game-changing alternative to air conditioners that require a lot of electricity and money from home owners.

In the U.S. alone, where three-quarters of all homes have air conditioners, these appliances release roughly 117 million tons of carbon dioxide into the air each year. Air conditioners also use about 6 percent of all electricity produced in the U.S., and cooling down a home costs about $29 billion a year for homeowners.

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Zhengs invention works through the porous microstructure of the natural fibers inside the cooling paper, which absorbs warmth and reemits it away from the building. The cooling paper itself is made out of common paper.

The light-colored material is part of Zheng's studies into nanomaterials. His idea was first sparked after seeing a bucket full of printing paper.

How could we simply transform that waste material into some functional energy material, composite materials? Zheng thought, according to Northeastern.

Zheng and his team used a high-speed blender from his home kitchen to turn the paper into a pulp and mixed it with the material that makes up Teflon.

The product can coat buildings and homes, reflecting solar rays away from the interior and even absorbing heat from cooking, electronics and human bodies out of the indoor space.

Even when the paper is recycled, it still performs as well as the original.

I was surprised when I obtained the same result, Zheng says. We thought there would be maybe 10 percent, 20 percent of loss, but no.

For his efforts, the American Chemical Society journal Applied Materials & Interfaces featured his invention, and Zheng won a National Science Foundation CAREER Award grant for his research.

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PolyU develops biomimetic nanosheet for cancer therapy and imaging USA – PR Newswire India

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HONG KONG, May 31, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- A research team from the Department of Applied Biology and Chemical Technology (ABCT) of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) has developed a novel type of biomimetic nanosheet with a multi-modal imaging function, which can track tumour development and treatment processes in real-time. By harnessing two emerging cancer therapies, namely immunotherapy and photothermal therapy, the biomimetic nanosheet enables effective and precise treatment of tumours, which will significantly improve the therapeutic outcome of tumours, reduce side effects and increase patients' survival rates. The research findings have been published in the prestigious international journal Advanced Science.

Professor Wing-tak WONG, Chair Professor of Chemical Technology of the ABCT of PolyU (also the Deputy President and Provost of PolyU), and his team started the research in 2018. Professor Wong said, "The biology and chemical experts of PolyU have been dedicated to new drug development over the years, and have achieved some significant breakthroughs especially in cancer treatment. The newly developed biomimetic nanomaterials developed by PolyU are part of our endeavours in fighting against cancer. By integrating two emerging cancer therapies, immunotherapy and photothermal therapy, with three imaging modalities for the first time, the novel biomimetic nanomaterials provide a practical design blueprint for the development of a new generation of cancer theranostics agents which have high targeting ability, efficacy and safety."

Synergistic therapy- Combining immunotherapy and photothermal therapy

New cancer treatments emerge since conventional cancer treatments like surgical therapy, chemotherapy and radiotherapy have different limitations and side effects. Dr Summy Lo Wai-sum from ABCT said, "Immunotherapy and photothermal therapy are emerging methods which are expected to provide more options for cancer treatment. The biomimetic nanosheets developed by our team allow us to combine these two methods for synergistic therapy. By applying the synergistic therapy in an experiment for colorectal tumour treatment, we found that it is more effective than single therapy and has fewer side effects on the human body."

The research team used 2D nanosheets (FePSe3) to develop a novel multifunctional nanomaterial for cancer theranostics. PD-1 (programmed cell death 1) exists on T cells, whereas PD-L1 (programmed cell death ligand-1) exists on tumour cells. Cancer cells inhibit the activation of the immune system and prevent T cells from attacking cancer cells through conjugating its PD-L1 with PD-1 on T cells. The team therefore loaded the FePSe3 nanosheets with anti-PD-1 peptide (APP), which can block the conjugation between PD-1 on T-cells and PD-L1 on cancer cells to achieve efficient immunotherapy. Without directly attacking the cancer cells, blockage of the interaction between the PD-1 and PD-L1 has been reported to revoke T cell functions, leading to enhanced antitumour immunity.

After coating with cancer cell membranes, the nanosheets will become a biomimetic nanomaterial with tumour cell membrane characteristics that provide effective camouflage, enabling them to target the tumour site efficiently. Once the biomimetic nanosheets are injected into the living bodies, the cell membrane enveloping the nanosheets will preferentially adhere to cancer cells and slowly peel away, revealing the nanomaterial to begin immunotherapy.

Dr Lo explained, "The innate immune system attacks foreign objects which makes it difficult for the drug-loaded nanomaterials to reach the tumour site.The cancer cell membrane has a tumour-targeting characteristic that will converge homologous cells. It explains why the biomimetic nanosheets become attracted to the cancer cells when they are in close proximity with the cancer cells duringblood circulation.In addition, the large specific surface area of the 2D nanomaterials is conducive to improving the drug loading ratio of the anti-PD-1 peptide, which will help with enhancing the therapeutic efficiency, as well as reducing the drug dosage and hence alleviating side effects."

On the other hand, the nanomaterials (FePSe3) chosen possess good photothermal conversion efficiency, and so they can convert near infrared laser irradiation into heat to kill tumour cells directly, thus achieving effective photothermal therapy. The heat can further promote immunotherapy by effectively inhibiting tumour growth, which results in a synergistic effect of immunotherapy and photothermal therapy.

Three imaging modes to help real-time monitoring of cancer treatment

The PolyU-developed biomimetic nanosheets can also achieve the goals of theranostics. By harnessing magnetic, optical and thermal properties,the FePSe3 nanomaterials enable three imaging modalities, namely magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), photoacoustic imaging (PAI) and photothermal imaging (PTI), for real-time tracing and tracking of the tumour sites and the nanosheets, in order to achieve multimodal diagnosis in cancer treatment.

PolyU's novel nanomaterial can facilitate theranostics by combining diagnosis, therapy and efficacy monitoring. It not only enables the imaging and treatment of tumours, but also the real-time monitoring of treatment outcomes. The PolyU team carried out experiments on mice bearing subcutaneous colorectal tumours to investigate the application in living animals.

The study showed that the tumour volume had significantly reduced after 25 days of synergistic therapy, whereas the survival rate of the mice was three times higher than that of the control groups.The major organs of the mice, including the heart, liver, spleen, lung and kidney, showed no obvious inflammation and damage, demonstrating high biosafety and low toxicity. The research team also utilised the MRI and photoacoustic imaging capabilities of the biomimetic nanosheet to observe the tumour for 24 hours, visualising the targeting and accumulation of the nano-theranostic material at the tumour site. Through photothermal imaging, it was observed that the nanomaterial can produce localised heat under near infrared laser irradiation within a few minutes. The experiment proved that PolyU-developed biomimetic nanosheets, with multi-modal imaging capability, canoffer accurate and comprehensive detection and evaluation of tumour development, ultimately achieving theranostics alongside synergistic therapeutic effects.

Dr Lo said, "In view of the fact that there is a lack of efficient and safe theranostics materials, PolyU's biomimetic nanomaterial has promising prospects in application. In future, our team will further expand the application of this nanomaterial to other cancer therapies and study the metabolism of the nanosheet in the living body, hoping that more cancer patients can benefit from new theranostic methods."

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Smart Nanomaterials Market | Business Opportunities, Covid-19 Impact, Regional Demand, And Top Players Analysis | Abbott, Advanced Nano Products, 3M …

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Keeping it cool: URI researcher using Young Investigator award to study how to prevent heat buildup in electronics – URI Today

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Office of Naval Research awards URI mechanical engineering professor three-year, $500,000 research grant

KINGSTON, R.I. June 3, 2021 Each year, electronic devices get smaller, lighter and more powerful. However, as integrated circuits and computer chips shrink in size, managing the heat they produce becomes a bigger challenge.

AshutoshGiri, assistant professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Rhode Island, is researching how to prevent heat buildup at the nanoscale to make electronic systems more efficient.

Giris research, titled Unraveling the Microscopic Dynamics of Coupled Energy States in Nanostructures,is funded through the Office of Naval Researchs (ONR) Young Investigator Program. The three-year grant is for $500,000.

The research could apply to many different fields, but the Navy is particularly interested in how it will improve its energy systems and technology.

The research could enable new forms of electronic cooling and revolutionary thermal management strategies that could prove crucial for the Navys future microelectronic systems, said Giri.

According to Giri, while there is a fundamental understanding of how heat flows at the macroscale, there is still a lot to learn about how heat moves at the nanoscale.

How heat flows at the nanoscale is not well understood, said Giri. This lack of understanding has severely restricted the potential of our modern technologies toreach their maximum efficiencies.

Giri will take a cross-disciplinary approach to the research project. One person hell be collaborating with isDugan Hayes, assistant professor of chemistry at URI.

Im looking forward to working with Dugan, who Ive already been collaborating with on one of his projects that involves understanding the properties of materials used for solar energy conversion, said Giri.

Also working with Giri will bePatrick Hopkins, professor ofmechanical and aerospace engineering at the University of Virginia, andWill Dichtel, professor of chemistry at Northwestern University.

Professor Dichtel will provide the nanomaterials, which his research group fabricates, said Giri. Professor Hopkins and I will measure the optical, thermal and mechanical properties of the materials and I will also provide computational support.

The project will build upon previous research Giri, Hopkins and Dichtel conducted together onanew polymer-based electrical insulationfor circuits that could help put more power in smaller spaces.

Our goal is to create functional nanomaterials to replace the bulky solutions currently being used to increase the flow of heat away from a concentrated hot spot, said Giri. Well be making the devices easier to work with and more compact.

The highly competitive Young Investigator Program provides awards to outstanding early-career scientists and academics based on their achievement and potential for scientific breakthroughs. Giri is one of 38 academic scientists at 23 institutions to receive the honor this year.

Brennan Phillips, assistant professor of ocean engineering at URI, also received a Young Investigator award for Ultralight, Economical, and Adaptable Solutions for Deep-Sea UUVs And Distributed Sensing Using Fiber-Optic Tethers.

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McGill team develops hybrid membrane that could enable osmotic (blue) energy systems – Green Car Congress

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Osmotic energyalso known as blue energycapitalizes on the energy naturally released when two solutions of different salinities mixconditions that occur in countless locations around the world where fresh and salt water meet. The key to capturing blue energy lies in selectively permeable membranes, which allow only one constituent of a saltwater solution to pass througheither the water molecules or the dissolved salt ionsbut not the other.

To date, large-scale blue energy projects such as Norways Statkrafts osmotic power plant at Tofte, Norway, have been impeded by the poor efficiency of existing membrane technology. Statkraft shelved its osmotic effort in 2014, saying that the technology could not be developed within the then current market outlook to become competitive within the foreseeable future.

In the laboratory, researchers have developed membranes from exotic nanomaterials that have shown great promise in terms of the amount of power they can generate relative to their size. But it remains a challenge to turn these materials into components that are large enough and strong enough to meet the demands of real-world applications.

Now, in results recently published in Nano Letters, a team of McGill physicists has demonstrated a technique that may open the way to overcoming this challenge.

In our project, we aimed to remedy the inherent mechanical fragility problem while exploiting the exceptional selectivity of thin 2D nanomaterials by fabricating a hybrid membrane made of hexagonal boron nitride (hBN) monolayers supported by silicon nitride membranes.

lead author Khadija Yazda, a postdoc in the Department of Physics at McGill

To achieve the desired characteristic of selective permeability, Yazda and her colleagues used a technique developed at McGill called tip-controlled local breakdown (TCLB) to drill multiple microscopic holes, or nanopores, in their membrane.

In an advance on previous research that focused on experimental prototypes with a single nanopore, the McGill team was able to exploit the speed and precision of TCLB to prepare and investigate membranes with multiple nanopores in various configurations of pore size, number and spacing.

Image by Khadija Yazda.

Our experiments on pore-pore interaction in nanopore arrays shows that the optimum membrane selectivity and overall power density is obtained with a pore spacing that balances the need for high pore density while maintaining a large extent of charged surface ( 500nm) surrounding each pore.

Khadija Yazda

Having successfully produced an array of 20 by 20 pores on a membrane surface 40m in size, the researchers say the TCLB technique could be used to produce much larger arrays.

This study was funded by the McGill Sustainability Systems Initiative (MSSI) Ideas Fund, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, the Discovery Grants Program, and the Fonds de recherche du Qubec Nature et technologies.

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Khadija Yazda, Katarina Bleau, Yuning Zhang, Xavier Capaldi, Thomas St-Denis, Peter Grutter, and Walter W. Reisner (2021) High Osmotic Power Generation via Nanopore Arrays in Hybrid Hexagonal Boron Nitride/Silicon Nitride Membranes Nano Letters 21 (10), 4152-4159 doi: 10.1021/acs.nanolett.0c04704

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UoH Alumnus appointed Director of the DST-CeNS – Telangana Today

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Hyderabad: Dr. BLV Prasad, an alumnus of the University of Hyderabad (UoH), and Chair, Physical and Materials Chemistry Division of CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory (CSIR-NCL), has been appointed as the Director of the Centre for Nano and Soft Matter Sciences (CeNS), Bengaluru.

Dr. Prasad completed his M.Sc. Chemistry at the UoH and later obtained PhD from the university in 1997 working on the molecule-based magnetic materials and theoretical understanding of spin coupling in conjugated and non-conjugated organic radicals, the UoH in a press release said on Thursday.

He started working in the area of nanomaterials during the two post-doctoral stints at Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, followed by Kansas State University (KSU), USA.

At NCL his group is working on novel methods to prepare metal nanoparticles, nanoparticle and molecular self-assemblies and their applications, the release said, adding that Dr. Prasad is a fellow of the Indian Academy of Sciences and Andhra Pradesh Academy of Sciences. The CeNS is an autonomous research institute under the Department of Science and Technology, and is engaged in materials research at all relevant length scales.

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China designs biomimetic nanosheet for cancer therapy and imaging – BSA bureau

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A research team from the Department of Applied Biology and Chemical Technology (ABCT) of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) has developed a novel type of biomimetic nanosheet with a multi-modal imaging function, which can track tumour development and treatment processes in real-time.

By harnessing two emerging cancer therapies, namely immunotherapy and photothermal therapy, the biomimetic nanosheet enables effective and precise treatment of tumours, which will significantly improve the therapeutic outcome of tumours, reduce side effects and increase patients' survival rates. The research findings have been published in the prestigious international journalAdvanced Science.

The PolyU-developed biomimetic nanosheets can also achieve the goals of theranostics. By harnessing magnetic, optical and thermal properties,the nanomaterials enable three imaging modalities, namely magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), photoacoustic imaging (PAI) and photothermal imaging (PTI), for real-time tracing and tracking of the tumour sites and the nanosheets, in order to achieve multimodal diagnosis in cancer treatment.

DrSummy Lo Wai-sum from ABCTsaid, "In view of the fact that there is a lack of efficient and safe theranostics materials, PolyU's biomimetic nanomaterial has promising prospects in application. In future, our team will further expand the application of this nanomaterial to other cancer therapies and study the metabolism of the nanosheet in the living body, hoping that more cancer patients can benefit from new theranostic methods."

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Faculty promotions announced in the School of Molecular Sciences – Arizona State University

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May 28, 2021

Arizona State University's School of Molecular Sciences recognizes and congratulates its faculty member promotions, as announced by The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. These promotions will take effect in August of this year.

Eachpromotionis well deserved and properly recognizes their hard work and dedication to their research fields, to their students and to the school, saidIan Gould, interim director of school. Download Full Image

Nicholas Stephanopoulos is promoted to associate professor with tenure in the School of Molecular Sciences and the Biodesign Institute's Center for Molecular Design and Biomimetics at ASU. His research includes the synthesis of novel protein- and peptide-DNA nanomaterials and their application to biology, medicine, energy and fundamental self-assembly. His work is at the interface of supramolecular chemistry, organic synthesis and bioconjugation, biology, engineering and nanoscience.

Wei Liu is promoted to associate professor with tenure. Liu joined the School of Molecular Sciences and the Biodesign Institute at ASU in 2015. He applies lipid cubic phase crystallization methods for studying G protein-coupled receptors, which are involved in the growth and spread of cancer, using X-ray free electron lasers (XFEL). Lius growing body of work now encompasses over 40 peer-reviewed publications, including 16 in Nature, Science and Cell journals with over 6,000 citations.

Marcia Levitus is promoted to full professor with the School of Molecular Sciences and the Biodesign Institute at ASU. Her research group focuses on the development and application of state-of-the-art techniques of single molecule detection to study complex biological systems, including the dynamics, structure and kinetics of nucleoprotein assemblies. Specific projects in this line of research include the study of the dynamic aspects of DNA-protein interactions in nucleosomes.

Steve Presse is promoted to full professor with the School of Molecular Sciences, Department of Physics and Center for Biological Physics. Presse uses both theory and experiments to address fundamental questions relevant to molecular science. On the theory side, Presse adapts and uses the tools of inference, statistical physics and stochastic processes, broadly defined, to understand living systems from single molecules to whole cells. A special emphasis is placed on interpreting spectroscopy and imaging data. On the experimental side, Presse investigates the role of hydrodynamics on bacterial interactions.

Anne Katherine Jones is promoted to full professor in the School of Molecular Sciences. Her research interests are in bioinorganic chemistry, energy-relevant redox chemistry and electrochemistry. Jones' group uses electrochemical methods to study the mechanisms of biological and bio-inspired redox catalysts relevant to energy production. She is a member of ASU's Center for Bioenergy and Photosynthesis. Jones promotion and appointment as the vice provost for undergraduate education, which begins in July, was announced last year.

Promotions announced last year in the School of Molecular Sciences include Hilairy Hartnett, who also holds a joint appointment with the School of Earth and Space Exploration; Hartnett was promoted to full professor. Alexandra Ros was promoted to full professor; Ros holds a joint appointment as a faculty member of the Center for Applied Structural Discovery at the Biodesign Institute. Gary Moore, who likewise holds an appointment with the Biodesign Center for Applied Structural Discovery, was promoted to associate professor. Jia Guo, who studies mechanisms of complex diseases, was promoted to associate professor.

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SIU student researchers experiment with solar power and nanoparticles to fight algae blooms – SIU News

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Students and faculty work on finding solutions to the problem of toxic algae blooms in a laboratory at SIU. Pictured here, left to right, are Sushmita Regmi, graduate student in civil engineering; Jia Liu,assistant professor in the School of Civil, Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering; Nafeesa Khan,graduate student in civil engineering; and Sudip Baral, graduate student in civil engineering.(Photo by Russell Bailey)

May 10, 2021

by Tim Crosby

A team of students from Southern Illinois University Carbondale is looking at using the power of the sun, combined with iron-based nanomaterials, to destroy the harmful effects of algae blooms afflicting Campus Lake, a common problem throughout the country.

The team, led by Jia Liu, assistant professor in the School of Civil, Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering, recently received a start-up, proof-of-concept grant from the U.S. EPA to begin testing the idea. The $25,000 grant from the People, Prosperity and the Planet Program or P3 offers students hands-on experience that brings their classroom learning to life, while also allowing them to create tangible changes in their communities.

P3 is a unique competition open to teams of college and university students working to design solutions for a sustainable future. It aims to foster progress toward environmental awareness by achieving the symbiotic goals of improved quality of life for all people, economic prosperity and protection of the planet. SIUs solution to this problem, for instance, could potentially be applied to other communities having similar issues.

The SIU team is eligible to compete for a Phase II grant of up to $100,000, which would be used to implement its design in a real-world setting.

An ongoing issue

As with other places, occasional periods of rapid growth, or blooms, of the harmful blue-green algae known as cyanobacteria have vexed university officials for several years. Human contact with the water can cause skin rashes, and officials have strongly recommended keeping animals out of the water as well during such blooms.

Consequently, use of the lake for swimming and fishing has been restricted while the university has searched for an environmentally responsible approach to the issue. Along with monitoring algae levels, officials have explored various options to address the naturally occurring problem on a long-term basis.

A new approach

Lius team will attempt to mitigate the harmful algal blooms in the early stages by reducing the amount of cyanobacteria, degrading cyanotoxins and removing phosphorus from the water. Ruopu Li, associate professor in the School of Earth Systems and Sustainability, will lead the effort to monitor water quality using an aerial drone at key times.

After taking samples from the lake, team members will use a gene-based method known as qPCR to determine the concentration of toxic cyanobacteria in a bloom.

The team will then employ magnetic photocatalysts, or iron-based nanoparticles, to mitigate the toxins. Photocatalysis is a process by which light is used to accelerate a chemical reaction. In a previous project, Liu won another P3 grant to investigate using photoreactors and iron nanoparticles to remove a group of toxicants from water samples. In this case, however, natural sunlight will serve as the light source for the chemical reaction.

We will use solar light and the nanoparticles to inactivate toxic cyanobacteria via physical attack and generated free radicals, and to degrade cyanotoxins released from these toxic bacterial species through photocatalytic process, and to remove phosphates by adsorption, Liu said. Adsorption is the process by which a solid holds onto molecules of a gas or liquid as a thin film.

Because the nanoparticles are iron-based, they can easily be removed from the water using magnetic methods, thus minimizing the addition of extra solid material to the lake sediments.

The research will focus on both Campus Lake and the Carbondale Reservoir, both of which have experienced harmful algal blooms in the past.

The first phase of the work will last one year, from December 2020 to this coming November. Liu said the team hopes to compete for a Phase II grant after that, which would lead to a much larger effort to mitigate the problem.

If our Phase II project can be funded during the early stage of blooms, a floating system carrying a water treatment unit will be operated on the lake, Liu said. Kang Chen, assistant professor in the School of Electrical, Computer and Biomedical Engineering, will lead that effort.

Thephotocatalystswill be released after collecting the water to the treatment unit. Then, after interacting with the blooms under sunlight, the photocatalysts will be recycled by a magnetic field and the finished water with toxic cyanobacteria killed, toxins degraded and nutrients for the bloom removed will be discharged back to the lake.

The team members majors range from engineering to geography to chemistry.

This being her second P3 grant, Liu said she enjoys working with the program because it encourages involvement of talents of faculty and students from different departments and schools to solve critical environmental problems.

Members of the team investigating a solution to toxic algae blooms are, standing, left to right, Boyd Goodson, professor of chemistry and biochemistry; Jia Liu, assistant professor in the School of Civil, Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering; Ruopu Li, associate professor in the School of Earth Systems and Sustainability; and Sudip Baral, graduate student in civil engineering. Sitting, left to right, Supria Sarkar, doctoral student in environmental resources and policy; Ishani Senanayake, doctoral student in chemistry; Sushmita Regmi,graduate student in civil engineering; and Nafeesa Khan, graduate student in civil engineering. (Photo by Russell Bailey)

Members of the team investigating a solution to toxic algae blooms are, standing, left to right, Boyd Goodson, professor of chemistry and biochemistry; Jia Liu, assistant professor in the School of Civil, Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering; Ruopu Li, associate professor in the School of Earth Systems and Sustainability; and Sudip Baral, graduate student in civil engineering. Sitting, left to right, Supria Sarkar, doctoral student in environmental resources and policy; Ishani Senanayake, doctoral student in chemistry; Sushmita Regmi,graduate student in civil engineering; and Nafeesa Khan, graduate student in civil engineering. (Photo by Russell Bailey)

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The Global Rheometer & Viscometer Market is estimated to be USD 832.5 Mn in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 1003.5 Mn by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 3.8%.

Major factors that drive the market growth are rapid technological advancements and increasing R&D investments by manufacturers in rheometer & viscometer for various end-use industries. Expansion of petrochemical and material manufacturing industries and growing stringency of the government regulatory framework for product safety compliance in pharmaceutical industries, cosmeceutical, and biotechnological companies also help in promoting the growth. Besides, the rising public-private investments to support product innovation and increasing the number of target diseases helps in boosting the market growth to a certain extent. Furthermore, high usage of viscometers in chemical, petroleum, oil, and gas industries and the availability of innovative and affordable devices across emerging economies also help in driving the market growth during the forecast period.

However, the high cost of investment in the installation of rheometers & viscometers and the lack of availability of well-skilled technicians to operate these systems may create hindrances in the growth of the Global Rheometer & Viscometer Market.

Recent Developments

1. Bruker Corporation introduces the OPTIMUS 2 detector head as part of a new "Augmented On-Axis Transmission Kikuchi Diffraction (TKD)" solution in Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD). A comprehensive package of new hardware and software expands the EBSD applications range and improves the spatial resolution when characterizing nanomaterials and nanostructures in a Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). - 9th March 2021

2. Waters Corporation launched a new fragmentation technique and an imaging option for its high-resolution mass spectrometers giving research scientists working across a broad range of end markets including biomedical, biopharmaceutical, and food research, greater experimental freedom to explore the intricacies of peptides, proteins, and protein complexes. - 23rd June 2020

3. Brabender GmbH & Co. introduced a new Compact torque rheometer for the laboratory table "Brabender MetaStation 4E with mixer head" that can be used extremely flexibly and provides information on the plasticizing behavior of different materials. - March 2020

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A research study conducted on the global Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials market offers substantial information about market size and estimation, market share, global growth, and product significance. The Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials market report consists of a thorough analysis of the market which will help clients acquire Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials market knowledge and use for business purposes. This report provides data to the customers that is of historical as well as statistical significance making it usefully informative. Crucial analysis done in this report also includes studies of the market dynamics, market segmentation and map positioning, market share, supply chain & Industry demand, challenges as well as threats and the competitive landscape. Business investors can acquire the quantitative and qualitative knowledge provided in the global Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials market report.

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Geographical Segmentation and Competition Analysis North America (U.S., Canada, Mexico) Europe (U.K., France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Central & Eastern Europe, CIS) Asia Pacific (China, Japan, South Korea, ASEAN, India, Rest of Asia Pacific) Latin America (Brazil, Rest of L.A.) Middle East and Africa (Turkey, GCC, Rest of Middle East)

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Table of Contents Chapter One: Report Overview 1.1 Study Scope 1.2 Key Market Segments 1.3 Players Covered: Ranking by Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Revenue 1.4 Market Analysis by Type 1.4.1 Global Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Market Size Growth Rate by Type: 2020 VS 2028 1.5 Market by Application 1.5.1 Global Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Market Share by Application: 2020 VS 2028 1.6 Study Objectives 1.7 Years Considered

Chapter Two: Global Growth Trends by Regions 2.1 Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Market Perspective (2015-2028) 2.2 Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Growth Trends by Regions 2.2.1 Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Market Size by Regions: 2015 VS 2020 VS 2028 2.2.2 Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Historic Market Share by Regions (2015-2020) 2.2.3 Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Forecasted Market Size by Regions (2021-2028) 2.3 Industry Trends and Growth Strategy 2.3.1 Market Top Trends 2.3.2 Market Drivers 2.3.3 Market Challenges 2.3.4 Porters Five Forces Analysis 2.3.5 Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Market Growth Strategy 2.3.6 Primary Interviews with Key Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Players (Opinion Leaders)

Chapter Three: Competition Landscape by Key Players 3.1 Global Top Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Players by Market Size 3.1.1 Global Top Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Players by Revenue (2015-2020) 3.1.2 Global Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Revenue Market Share by Players (2015-2020) 3.1.3 Global Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Market Share by Company Type (Tier 1, Tier Chapter Two: and Tier 3) 3.2 Global Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Market Concentration Ratio 3.2.1 Global Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Market Concentration Ratio (CRChapter Five: and HHI) 3.2.2 Global Top Chapter Ten: and Top 5 Companies by Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Revenue in 2020 3.3 Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Key Players Head office and Area Served 3.4 Key Players Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Product Solution and Service 3.5 Date of Enter into Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Market 3.6 Mergers & Acquisitions, Expansion Plans

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Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Market Research Report

Nanotechnology is the technology that uses the wonderful properties of nanomaterials to create parts and products with specific functions. Some authoritative experts predict that in the future, nanotechnology will play in the fields of biomedicine, aerospace, energy and the environment. Principles and methods for constructing nanostructures and devices for environmental detection, research on properties and mechanisms of nanomaterials and nanostructures, application principles of nanomaterials in pollution control, technology and device development, environmental effects and safety assessment of nanomaterials, nanometers The application of materials in energy conservation and clean energy. The Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials market revenue was xx.xx Million USD in 2019, and will reach xx.xx Million USD in 2027, with a CAGR of x.x% during 2021-2027.

Under COVID-19 outbreak globally, this report provides 360 degrees of analysis from supply chain, import and export control to regional government policy and future influence on the industry. Detailed analysis about market status (2015-2021), enterprise competition pattern, advantages and disadvantages of enterprise products, industry development trends (2021-2027), regional industrial layout characteristics and macroeconomic policies, industrial policy has also been included. From raw materials to end users of this industry are analyzed scientifically, the trends of product circulation and sales channel will be presented as well. Considering COVID-19, this report provides comprehensive and in-depth analysis on how the epidemic push this industry transformation and reform.

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The report also presents the market competitive landscape and a corresponding detailed analysis of the major vendor/key players in the market. The key players covered in this report: Evident Technologies, Abbott Laboratories, Sun Nanotech Company Limited, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Limited, Nanophase Technologies Corporation, Eastman Kodak Company, Zyvex, NanoViricides, Frontier Carbon Corporation, AMCOL International Corporation, Dendritic NanoTechnologies, Inc., Competitive Technologies Incorporated, Hyperion Catalysis International Incorporated, Clariant International Limited, Nanosys Inc., NanoOpto, BioDelivery Sciences International Incorporated, Quantum Dot Corp, Nanomat, Access Pharmaceuticals Incorporated, Almatis GmbH, Nanodynamics, Altair Nanotechnologies Incorporated, Hosokawa Micron Group, Superior Micro Products

The study report also offers an inclusive analysis of the key geographical regions mentioned in the research report of the Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials market. Each mentioned region is analyzed on the basis of past growth patterns and offer arrays of development so far and also give out clear directions to the market players on what segments to focus on to generate better revenues in the coming years.

In Chapter 4 and 14.1, on the basis of types, the Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials market from 2016 to 2027 is primarily split into: Carbon nanotubes Nanoclays Nanofibers Nanosilver Quantum Dots Silicon Oxide Nanopowder Titanium Dioxide Zinc Oxide Nanoporous Materials

In Chapter 5 and 14.2, on the basis of applications, the Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials market from 2016 to 2027 covers: Aerospace Automotive Electronics and Semiconductors Medical and Life Sciences Sensors Military and Defense,

Years considered for this report: Historical Years: 2016-2020 Base Year: 2020 Estimated Year: 2021 Forecast Period: 2021-2027

This report also splits the market by region: Americas, United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, APAC, China, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, India, Australia, Europe, Germany, France, UK, Italy, Russia, Spain, Middle East & Africa, Egypt, South Africa, Israel, Turkey, GCC Countries

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Important Questions Covered in this Report: 1. What will the market size be in 2027? 2. What are the key factors driving the global market? 3. What are the challenges to market growth? 4. Who are the key players in the market? 5. What are the market opportunities and threats faced by the key players? 6. What will be the growth rate in 2027? 7. Which strategies are used by top players in the Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials market?

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1 Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Introduction and Market Overview 1.1 Objectives of the Study 1.2 Overview of Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials 1.3 Scope of The Study 1.3.1 Key Market Segments 1.3.2 Players Covered 1.3.3 COVID-19s impact on the Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials industry 1.4 Methodology of The Study 1.5 Research Data Source

2 Executive Summary 2.1 Market Overview 2.1.1 Global Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Market Size, 2015 2020 2.2 Business Environment Analysis 2.2.1 Global COVID-19 Status and Economic Overview 2.2.2 Influence of COVID-19 Outbreak on Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Industry Development

3 Industry Chain Analysis 3.1 Upstream Raw Material Suppliers of Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Analysis 3.2 Major Players of Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials

4 Global Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Market, by Type 4.1 Global Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Value and Market Share by Type (2015-2020) 4.2 Global Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Production and Market Share by Type (2015-2020)

5 Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Market, by Application 5.1 Downstream Market Overview 5.2 Global Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Consumption and Market Share by Application (2015-2020)

6 Global Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Market Analysis by Regions 6.1 Global Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Sales, Revenue and Market Share by Regions 6.2 North America Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Sales and Growth Rate (2015-2020)

7 North America Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Market Analysis by Countries 7.1 The Influence of COVID-19 on North America Market 7.2 North America Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Sales, Revenue and Market Share by Countries

8 Europe Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Market Analysis by Countries 8.1 The Influence of COVID-19 on Europe Market 8.2 Europe Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Sales, Revenue and Market Share by Countries

9 Asia Pacific Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Market Analysis by Countries 9.1 The Influence of COVID-19 on Asia Pacific Market 9.2 Asia Pacific Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Sales, Revenue and Market Share by Countries

10 Middle East and Africa Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Market Analysis by Countries 10.1 The Influence of COVID-19 on Middle East and Africa Market 10.2 Middle East and Africa Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Sales, Revenue and Market Share by Countries

11 South America Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Market Analysis by Countries 11.1 The Influence of COVID-19 on Middle East and Africa Market 11.2 South America Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Sales, Revenue and Market Share by Countries

12 Competitive Landscape

13 Industry Outlook 13.1 Market Driver Analysis 13.1.2 Market Restraints Analysis 13.1.3 Market Trends Analysis 13.2 Merger, Acquisition and New Investment 13.3 News of Product Release

14 Global Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Market Forecast

15 New Project Feasibility Analysis 15.1 Industry Barriers and New Entrants SWOT Analysis 15.1.1 Porters Five Forces Analysis 15.1.2 New Entrants SWOT Analysis 15.2 Analysis and Suggestions on New Project Investment

Last, It offers in-depth information obtained through extensive primary and secondary research methods. The information has been further assessed using various effective analytical tools. Therefore, the report provides a 360-degree view of the Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials market.

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