High-Tech Materials Alert. Quantum Dots Facilitate Development of Miniature Spectrometers; Process for Welding Aluminum and Steel for Automotive Applications; Genetically Engineered Protein for Developing Lightweight Composites

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This issue profiles quantum dots that facilitate development of miniature spectrometers, a process for welding aluminum and steel for automotive applications, and a genetically engineered protein for developing lightweight composites.

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High-Tech Materials Alert. Quantum Dots Facilitate Development of Miniature Spectrometers; Process for Welding Aluminum and Steel for Automotive Applications; Genetically Engineered Protein for Developing Lightweight CompositesIn This Issue1. QUANTUM DOTS FACILITATE DEVELOPMENT OF MINIATURE SPECTROMETERS 2. PROCESS FOR WELDING ALUMINUM AND STEEL FOR AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS3. GENETICALLY ENGINEERED PROTEIN FOR DEVELOPING LIGHTWEIGHT COMPOSITES4. KEY PATENTS--PHOTONIC MATERIALS5. TECHVISION 2015




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