High-Tech Materials Alert. Nanotechnology Enabled Conductive Ink for Solar Cells; Metal Matrix Composite Foam Developed as an Alternative for Metals; Liquid Crystals to Mimic Basic Human Eyesight

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This issue profiles nanotechnology enabled conductive ink for solar cells, a metal matrix composite foam developed as an alternative for metals, and liquid crystals that mimic basic human eyesight.

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High-Tech Materials Alert. Nanotechnology Enabled Conductive Ink for Solar Cells; Metal Matrix Composite Foam Developed as an Alternative for Metals; Liquid Crystals to Mimic Basic Human EyesightIn This Issue1. NANOTECHNOLOGY ENABLED CONDUCTIVE INK FOR SOLAR CELLS2. METAL MATRIX COMPOSITE FOAM DEVELOPED AS AN ALTERNATIVE FOR METALS3. LIQUID CRYSTALS TO MIMIC BASIC HUMAN EYESIGHT4. KEY PATENTS--CARBON FIBER REINFORCED PLASTICS5. TECHVISION 2015




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