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2019
2 May

Graphene, 2D Materials and Carbon Nanotubes: Markets, Technologies and Opportunities 2019-2029

IDTechEx Report: Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh
1 Apr

Garmor

Update 2019
27 Feb

New filament combines solar energy harvesting and storage capabilities

Researchers have invented a weavable filament that both captures and stores solar energy simultaneously—two capabilities that have only been available in separate devices until now.
2018
19 Dec

The Most Significant Material Science News of 2018

Advancements in material science and material processing will always play a central role in any technological progression. IDTechEx has been providing leading market analysis on a broad range of advanced materials and their technology analysts have given their pick of the key news stories from 2018.
24 May

Active, user-controlled color-changing fabric

The first-ever, active user-controlled color-changing fabric. The fabric, developed allows the user/wearer to change the color or pattern of the fabric through their smartphone.
2017
15 Nov

Flexible, stretchable photonic devices

Light-based devices could be used as biomedical sensors or as flexible connectors for electronics.
25 Sep

Pushing battery tech forward

Tests show a battery with the nickel sulfide-iron sulfide cathode could be depleted and recharged more than 5,000 times before degrading.
28 Jun

New screen coating makes reading in sunlight a lot easier

Screens on even the newest phones and tablets can be hard to read outside in bright sunlight. Inspired by the nanostructures found on moth eyes, researchers have developed a new antireflection film that could keep people from having to run to the shade to look at their mobile devices.
2016
28 Nov

A phone that charges in seconds?

A team of scientists has developed a new process for creating flexible supercapacitors that can store more energy and be recharged more than 30,000 times without degrading.
16 Nov

Back to the Future inspires solar nanotech-powered clothing

Marty McFly's self-lacing Nikes in Back to the Future Part II inspired a scientist who has developed filaments that harvest and store the sun's energy — and can be woven into textiles.
30 Mar

Garmor

Garmor Profile
2014
4 Jun

New nanotech may provide power storage in cables, clothes

Imagine being able to carry all the juice you needed to power your MP3 player, smartphone and electric car in the fabric of your jacket? Sounds like science fiction, but it may become a reality thanks to breakthrough technology.
3 Jun

New nano technology could store and conduct energy on the same wire

So far electrical cables are used only to transmit electricity. However, nanotechnology scientist and Professor Jayan Thomas and his Ph.D. student Zenan Yu have developed a way to both transmit and store electricity in a single lightweight copper wire.
2013
25 Dec

Way to make solar cells thin, efficient and flexible

Researchers may be one step closer to tapping into the full potential of solar cells.
22 Oct

Market expansion for next-generation energy storage devices

The company is now in position to dominate the world market in the production of large-area electrospray coating equipment that can be used to lower the manufacturing cost of high-technology products such as lithium-ion batteries, solar panels, fuel cells, and energy efficient glass.
14 Aug

Boost for energy storage of super capacitors

Researchers have developed a technique to increase the energy storage capabilities of supercapacitors, essential devices for powering high-speed trains, electric cars, and the emergency doors of the Airbus A380.
30 Jul

Discovery boosts energy storage of supercapacitors

Researchers at the University of Central Florida have developed a technique to increase the energy storage capabilities of supercapacitors.
17 Jun

Diamonds, nanotubes find common ground in graphene

What may be the ultimate heat sink is only possible because of yet another astounding capability of graphene.
2011
13 Apr

Nano College awarded $57.5M

The University at Albany's College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering has been awarded $57.5 million by the U.S. Department of Energy to create a solar manufacturing consortium that could rival what Sematech did for the computer chip industry and the city of Austin, Texas two decades ago.
10 Mar

New 'frozen smoke' may improve robotic surgery

A spongy substance that could be mistaken for packing material has the nanotechnology world buzzing.
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