Innovations in Materials for Paints, Packaging, Oil & Gas, and Biomedical Applications

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The issue of High Tech Materials profiles advances in material technologies and resultant products. The issue highlights an organoclay additive that can be used instead of biocides in paints, a biocompatible polyurethane resin, a sustainable microsphere for delivery of active ingredients and also 3D metal nanostrands for use in high strength applications. The issue also highlights a propellant-free, continuous dispensing technology for use in packaging solutions.The High-Tech Materials TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) provides intelligence on technologies, products, processes, applications, and strategic insights on various materials across industries. Some material technologies include lightweight materials

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Innovations in Materials for Paints, Packaging, Oil & Gas, and Biomedical ApplicationsRecent Innovations in Material TechnologiesSustainable Material to Replace Toxic Compounds in Paints and Coatings to Enhance Durability3D Metal Nanostrands for Ultra-lightweight, High Strength ApplicationsPropellant-free, Continuous Dispensing Technology for Packaging IndustrySustainable Ceramic Microsphere that can Operate at High TemperaturesBiodegradable Polyurethane for Devices with High BiocompatibilityIndustry ContactsKey Contacts




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