Nanotechnology Innovations in Electronics, Material Analysis, Printing, Anti-cancer Treatment, 3D Printing, and Energy Storage

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This issue of Nanotech TOE describes innovations in nanotechnology in electronics, anti-cancer treatment, 3D printing, and energy storage. The TOE profiles a cost-efficient catalyst for water splitting in fuel cells, conductive inks for printing electronics, a method for analysis of magnetic nanostructures, a method for controlled deposition of carbon nanotubes, and artificial blood for healthcare applications. Also profiled are improvements in anti-cancer therapy and 3D printing of living cells. The Nanotech TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) provides intelligence on technologies, products, processes, applications, and strategic insights on nanotechnology-related innovations and their impact across various i

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Nanotechnology Innovations in Electronics, Material Analysis, Printing, Anti-cancer Treatment, 3D Printing, and Energy StorageAdvances in NanotechnologyNanosilver-based Ink for Precise Printing of Conductive LinesMethod for Magnetic Nanostructures Analysis3D Printing of Metal Structures at Nanoscale Method to Control Orientation of Molecules During Deposition ProcessNano-based Cleaning Product to Remove Solder PasteMicroscale Components for Artificial Blood and TransplantologyResearch Advance in 3D Printing of Living CellsCost-efficient Catalyst for Water Splitting in Fuel CellsLight-activated Cancer Drugs Without Toxic Side EffectsGermanium-doped, Vanadium Oxide Material for Low-Power Electronic DevicesKey ContactsKey ContactsKey Contacts (continued)




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