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Contrary to conventional food packaging that is inert to the food; active food packaging has the ability to act against the contaminants and to remove them. Active and multifunctional packaging materials are facing increasing demand because of the changing trend of the customer needs such as safety and long shelf life of the food material without however interfering with processed materials, preservatives and additives. In order to have safe active food packaging it is crucial to choose active ...

Booth 5M02A - Sabanci University

Condensation of water vapour on food packaging films not only reduces the visibility of the packaged contents, but can also result in degradation of food quality and freshness. Modification of film properties through the use of anti-fog additives can prevent the occurrence of condensation and fogging. The additives can be incorporated into polyolefin film resins to form a masterbatch. The team has successfully produced an anti-fog masterbatch with high concentration of anti-fog agent in polyole...

Booth 5H12 - National Science and Technology Development Agency

Rapid developments in the utility and performance of consumer electronics and wearable devices give rise to the demand for materials that offer uncompromised performance to the user experience (UX). There is growing interest from the AR sector to enable "smart-glasses" to actively control light transmission, allowing for seamless transitions between indoor-outdoor environments. Alternative technologies have, thus far, demonstrated untenable limitations, such as slow switching response of photoc...

Booth 5J05 - UniSA Ventures Pty Ltd

Synthetic pesticides used in conventional agriculture and especially greenhouses have significant impact on public health and environmental safety due to their vast amount of uncontrolled and indiscriminate use. They accumulate on food products, causing acute or long-term chronic symptoms in consumers. Therefore, the excessive use of pesticides has been a critical public health issue in the past decades.  These problems show that there is a need to find new ways that can help to reduce the use ...

Booth 5M02A - Sabanci University

The microporous polypropylene film was developed through a biaxial film stretching process using a precursor polypropylene sheet with an enriched metastable crystal form. The specific crystal structure was induced by an appropriate nucleating agent at the ppm-level. The subsequent proprietary stretching induces a change in the crystal form and forms highly connect nano-micro voids. The stretching conditions play an important role in tailoring the ultra-high gas permeable capability.

Booth 5H12 - National Science and Technology Development Agency

The invention provides a cost-effective injection mouldable plastic heat sink that displays excellent thermal conductivity, mechanical strength and electrical resistance in order for it to be applicable for a wide range of uses particularly as a heat sink in the growing electronics and other manufacturing industries. The heat sink is made of a common cheap polymer that is used in manufacturing industries for a variety of products and hence there is no particular requirement for new equipment or ...

Booth 5M01A - Republic Polytechnic

This invention relates to a robust multifunctional porous polymer nanofilm GP membrane. The easily scalable, versatile, freestanding and ultrastrong GP membrane is fabricated from ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE). The nascent GP membranes with nanometer-thicknesses are microporous and hydrophobic and highly flexible with super-high tensile strengths and high ductility. In addition, the in-plane specific tensile strengths of the film are about 25 times that of stainless steel and...

Booth 5K12 - The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

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