High-Tech Materials Alert. Skeleton-Like 3D Silicon Spicules Synthesized For Integrating With Biological Systems; Nanowires that Boost Energy Capacity of Batteries in Wearable Electronics; Nanocomposite-Based Coating for the Automotive Industry

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This issue profiles skeleton-like 3D silicon spicules synthesized for integrating with biological systems, nanowires that boost energy capacity of batteries in wearable electronics, and a nanocomposite-based coating for the automotive industry.

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High-Tech Materials Alert. Skeleton-Like 3D Silicon Spicules Synthesized For Integrating With Biological Systems; Nanowires that Boost Energy Capacity of Batteries in Wearable Electronics; Nanocomposite-Based Coating for the Automotive IndustryIn This Issue1. SKELETON-LIKE 3D SILICON SPICULES SYNTHESIZED FOR INTEGRATING WITH BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS2. NANOWIRES THAT BOOST ENERGY CAPACITY OF BATTERIES IN WEARABLE ELECTRONICS3. NANOCOMPOSITE-BASED COATING FOR THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY4. KEY PATENTS--BIOETHANOL5. TECHVISION 2015




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