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Carbon nanotube (CNT) complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) field effect transistor (FET) with reduced fabrication processes and extreme scaling-down performance. Since single-walled carbon nanotube (SWCNT) was first reported by Prof. Iijima at 1991, CNT has proven to have outstanding mechanical and electrical attributes, advantages, and associated applications. By applying doping-free FET structure, the total processes are reduced by about 50% compared to tradition silicon (Si)-based C...

Booth B09 - Peking University
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Our Technology Proprietary triple technology of plant bioactive extraction, plant bioink composite and 3D bioprinting methodology, enables 3D bioprinting of high resolution, multi-layered bioscaffold with larger surface area, smaller and controllable pore sizes (400-100 micron or smaller)  and greater porosity (>90%). Bioscaffolds printed have demonstrated enhanced cell attachment and proliferation, tunable biodegradation profile that can be monitored in vivo and non-invasively in real time. Bi...

Booth FI17 - Kosmode Health Singapore
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Blood clotting is perennially associated with hemolysis and platelet activation in medical devices (such as the centrifugal and axial blood pumps) due to fast moving parts or high flow velocities. Fast moving parts or high flow velocity impart a large shear stress on blood, distorting and damaging blood cells and activating platelets. Hemolysis can lead to systemic inflammation and organ failure, breakaway clot pieces can cause thromboembolism and tissue damage, and clot formation on devices can...

Booth C11 - NUS ILO
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Ice can be a problem in industrial sectors as wind power, aeronautical and construction, among others. Coatings that allow the reduction of ice formation and which in turn are heated, thereby reducing the icing phenomena, have been developed. The technology consists of transforming a non-conductive polymeric matrix into a heatable material. The heated surfaces avoid the icing phenomena by keeping the temperature of the coating over 0ºC.

Booth C13 - SPAIN - CDTI (MINISTRY OF SCIENCE, INNOVATION AND UNIVERSITIES)
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This technology involves the development of joule heating plastics for a highly efficient heating system for electric vehicle applications. The heating concept consists of heating car surfaces which are near the passenger instead of the current HVAC systems which heat up all the cabin in an inefficient way. Plastic surfaces are heated when a voltage is applied. This effect is possible due to the high electrical conductivity of the material, which is achieved by dispersing conductive nanofillers ...

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