Innovations in Graphene, Nanobiomaterials, Nanofibers, and Nanocapsules, 2019 Study – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Innovations
in Graphene, Nanobiomaterials, Nanofibers, and Nanocapsules”

report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s
offering.

This issue of the Nanotechnology TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE)
covers biosensors, atom dynamics, 3D printing, omniphobic surfaces,
tissue scaffolds, nanoplastics, hydrogel, photoelectrochemical cells,
and sodium-ion batteries.

The Nanotech TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) provides intelligence
on technologies, products, processes, applications, and strategic
insights on nanotechnology-related innovations and their impact across
various industries. Technology focus areas include nanomaterials,
nanocoatings, nanohealthcare, nanomedicine, and nanomanufacturing.

Key Topics Covered:

  1. Platinum Nanoparticle-based, Fast, and Low-cost Method for Producing
    Bio-sensors
  2. In vivo Biosensors are Emerging in Diagnostic Medicine and Biomedical
    Research
  3. Real-time Observation of Atom Dynamics with Advanced Electron
    Microscopy
  4. There is Strong Interest in Next Generation Catalyst, Especially from
    the Oil and Gas Industry
  5. Simplified Resin-based 3D Printing with Reduced Post-processing of
    Prints
  6. Development of 3D printing Technologies Enables Creation of New
    Business Models and Facilitates value proposition
  7. Nanotechnology-based Omniphobic Surface for Super-repellency
  8. Nanotechnology-based Omniphobic Surface for Super-repellency
  9. 3D Printed Tissue Scaffolds for Biomedical Applications
  10. 3D Printed Tissue Scaffolds for Biomedical Applications
  11. Palladium-doped Nanoparticles for Tracking of Nano-size Plastics
  12. Palladium-doped nanoparticles for Tracking of Nano-size Plastics
  13. Nanohybrid Hydrogel for Pre-anaesthetic Formulation
  14. Improvements in Specificity and Durability of Anaesthetic Performance
  15. Nanohybrid Sensitized Photoelectrochemical Cells
  16. Cost Competitiveness and Stability of PEC Critical to Drive Adoption
  17. Iron-Sulphide/Nitrogen Doped Carbon Nanohybrids as Anodes for
    Sodium-ion Batteries
  18. Achieving Large Scale Nanohyrbid Anode Performance Is Critical for
    Adoption
  19. Newly Built Electrospinning Device for Producing Fuel Cells
  20. Electrospinning is Used to Make a Wide Range of Electronic, Energy,
    and Diagnostic Devices
  21. Development of Novel Material That Shows Different Electrical
    Conductivity Under Plastic and Elastic Strains
  22. Graphene-based Sensors is a Key Research Focus Area
  23. Nano Structured Sodium Vanadium as Cathode Material for Sodium-ion
    Batteries
  24. Sodium-ion-based Alternative Can Potentially Replace Lithium-ion
    Batteries
  25. Self-powered Cardiac Patch Made Using Nanomaterial-based Sensors
  26. Magnetic Graphene for Digital Devices
  27. Nanomaterial for Improving Battery Performance
  28. Key Contacts

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