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So Light It Almost Beats a Feather: The Wonderful World of Nanomaterials

“The new material redefines the limits of lightweight materials because of its unique “micro-lattice” cellular architecture. The researchers were able to make a material that consists 99.99% of air by designing the 0.01% solid at the nanometer, micron and millimetre … Continue reading

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Dr. Louis De Smet Talks to InTech about Nanowires, Science and Open Access

Nanowire Decoration with Organic Compounds: Tuning Sensor Sensitivity and Specificity Dr. De Smet is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Chemical Engineering of Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands. Together with three group members he wrote a review chapter … Continue reading

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