High-Tech Materials Alert. Ultrasonic Torsional Welding Process for Joining Materials; Ionic Liquid-Based Hybrid Material for Low Temperature Electrolyte Applications; Hydrogel-Coated Nanoshells for Cancer Treatment

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This issue profiles an ultrasonic torsional welding process for joining materials, an ionic liquid-based hybrid material for low temperature electrolyte applications, and hydrogel-coated nanoshells for cancer treatment.

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High-Tech Materials Alert. Ultrasonic Torsional Welding Process for Joining Materials; Ionic Liquid-Based Hybrid Material for Low Temperature Electrolyte Applications; Hydrogel-Coated Nanoshells for Cancer TreatmentIn This Issue1. ULTRASONIC TORSIONAL WELDING PROCESS FOR JOINING MATERIALS2. IONIC LIQUID-BASED HYBRID MATERIAL FOR LOW TEMPERATURE ELECTROLYTE APPLICATIONS3. HYDROGEL-COATED NANOSHELLS FOR CANCER TREATMENT4. KEY PATENTS--POLYMERIC HYDROGELS 5. TECHVISION 2015




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