Advancements in Self-healing Cement, Ultra-fine Nanofibers, Digital Ceramic Printing, Carbon-based and Bio-based Plastics

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This issue of High-Tech Materials profiles self-healing cement, ultra-fine nanofibers, digital ceramic printing, carbon-based and bio-based plastics. Innovations in focus are a self-healing cement for repairing oil and gas wells, ultrafine nanofibers developed using low-cost processing methods for producing lightweight fabrics, digital ceramic printers and inks for producing high-resolution images on glass and ceramic surfaces, a lightweight engineering plastic material that consists of a carbon-only backbone, and bioplastics made with algal blooms.The High-Tech Materials TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) provides intelligence on technologies, products, processes, applications, and strategic insights on vario

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Advancements in Self-healing Cement, Ultra-fine Nanofibers, Digital Ceramic Printing, Carbon-based and Bio-based PlasticsRecent Advances in Materials and ProcessingSelf-healing Cement for Oil and Gas WellsCost-effective Nanofibers for Lightweight Textile FabricsHigh-resolution Digital Ceramic PrintingLightweight Engineering Plastic Made Using CarbonBioplastics Made with Algal BloomsIndustry ContactsIndustry Interactions




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