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Controlled Release Technology is a technique for encapsulating active ingredients and, upon meeting certain environmental stimuli, releasing them into the environment. Additionally, this is done at pre-designed intervals and time periods and without the use of machinery or equipment. The entire process relies entirely on principles of materials science. While this technology is widespread in the pharmaceutical arena, Hydroemission has adapted it to meet unique requirements in the environmental ...

Booth A02 - Hydroemission Corporation Pte Ltd
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Various methods and carriers are routinely used for the separation of biopolymer molecules, such as mono- and multi-phosphorylated peptides or recombinant peptides/proteins with a polyhistidine tag (His-tag). However, these methods and carriers have limiting characteristics, for example, insufficient purity of separated proteins, limited surface area of microspheres accessible for binding, gradual release of the carrier ions during separation, poor mechanical stability, and toxicity of the relea...

Booth C19 - University of Pardubice
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Ultrasonic synthetic method is used to prepare various nano-porous (nanofoam) metal current collectors, including, but not limited to, copper metal for anode and aluminum/nickel metal for cathode. The innovative nanofoam metal current collectors are used to prepare high performance lithium ion (Li-ion) battery, which shows good capacity retention and cycling stability even under fast charge/discharge rates. It is easy to be industrialized and can improve rapid charge/discharge rates and electroc...

Booth B39 - Republic Polytechnic
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Solution processed perovskite is a new-generation thin film technology with solution inks for photovoltaics (PV) and light emitting diode (LED), suitable for application using printing and coating techniques. The world record efficiency of PV lies between silicon solar cell (first generation PV, 26.7%) and thin film solar cell (second generation, ~22%). The luminescent properties, i.e. colour tunability and external quantum efficiency (EQE), of perovskite-based LED are comparable to those of OLE...

Booth B26 - The Chinese University of Hong Kong
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Conventional semiconductor technologies have nearly reached their physical limits and it is necessary to look for replacements. It is important that these new materials and principles allow for a high density of functional memory units at the lowest energy intensity of their use. One of the major candidates for new types of memory is resistive switching based on the creation of a reformable conductive pathway between electrodes separated by the ionic conductor, i.e. Electrochemical Metallization...

Booth C19 - University of Pardubice
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Ultrahydrophobic coatings and icephobic coatings for passive anti-icing and other applications have been developed. The ultrahydrophobic coatings can be applied on different surfaces, in order to avoid ice and snow accumulation in principle, but also to other applications in which the accumulation of humidity on the surface is a problem. They can be coatings based on polyurethane, polyacrylate or fluorinated polymers. The icephobic coatings can reduce the adhesion of ice on the treated surface...

Booth C13 - SPAIN - CDTI (MINISTRY OF SCIENCE, INNOVATION AND UNIVERSITIES)
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