You have found 6 search results

The combination of different materials often brings out the best in each of them to produce an enhanced-and-improved composite material. The introduction of nanocomposite technologies oftenallows cheaper production cost, enhanced ease of process, and provide additional functional properties to the productas compared to the use of certain raw materials that share the similar properties. Nanocomposites are polymers incorporated with small percentages of nanometer-sized fillers. In contrast to con...

Exhibitor : A*STAR, Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE)

Singapore produced an approximately 300 tonnes of municipal solid waste incineration (MSWI) fly ash, which is sent to the only offshore landfill every day because it contains toxic metals such as lead (Pb) and zinc (Zn). This is not sustainable because the offshore landfill is expected to run out of space in 2035. In order to convert MSWI fly ash into useful materials, the toxic heavy metals in the ash has to be removed or stabilised. The current technologies such as electrochemical, sintering a...

Exhibitor : Republic Polytechnic

Nowadays, growth factors are used in various applications such as therapeutics, personal careand researchsince they play a vital role in cell regeneration andgrowth and for the maintenance of healthy human tissue. However, it seems that we do not benefit from manmade growth factor efficiency. Mostapplications only use a single growth factor for one objective whilesome use growth factor mixtures without knowledge of the proper proportion. Our technology is Customized recombinant human growth fact...


The transparent super gas barrier film is an outcome of nanotechnology, precision coating and film forming technologies fostered over the years by FUJIFILM in the photographic film development. The super gas barrier film has an organic / inorganic multilayer structure that prevents infiltration of gases (e.g. O2) and water. It has a high water vapour barrier performance of 10-6 g/m2 which is almost equivalent to that of glass. It is therefore perfect for the prevention of degradation of organicm...

Exhibitor : FUJIFILM Asia Pacific Pte Ltd

Most treatment processes in environmental applications involves administering a high dose of actives at a given time only to have to repeat that dose days or weeks later. This is not economical and sometimes result in damaging side effects such as inconsistent treatment, environmental pollution and resistance development of the target organisms. These controlled release delivery systems are highly flexible. They can be designed to release actives with specified parameters, such as dosage, dosag...

Exhibitor : Hydroemission Corporation Pte Ltd

Highly-ordered nanostructures of valve metal oxides have recently attracted huge scientific and technological interest motivated by their possible use in many applications. Titanium dioxide (TiO2) received the highest attention due to its wide range of applications, including photocatalysis, water splitting, solar cells and biomedical uses. Self-organized TiO2 nanotube layers have been prepared by anodization in suitable electrolytes, during which the titanium substrate is converted into a highl...

Exhibitor : University of Pardubice

Services & Digital Economy