High-Tech Materials Alert. Piezoelectric Fiber-Based Composites for Wearable Electronics; Novel Battery Chemistry can Improve Safety Features in Smart Grids; Innovative Titanium Production Process for Automotive Industry

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This issue profiles piezoelectric fiber-based composites for wearable electronics, battery chemistry that can improve safety features in smart grids, and an innovative titanium production process for automotive industry.

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High-Tech Materials Alert. Piezoelectric Fiber-Based Composites for Wearable Electronics; Novel Battery Chemistry can Improve Safety Features in Smart Grids; Innovative Titanium Production Process for Automotive IndustryIn This Issue1. PIEZOELECTRIC FIBER-BASED COMPOSITES FOR WEARABLE ELECTRONICS2. NOVEL BATTERY CHEMISTRY CAN IMPROVE SAFETY FEATURES IN SMART GRIDS3. INNOVATIVE TITANIUM PRODUCTION PROCESS FOR AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY4. KEY PATENTS--SMART FABRICS




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