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Nanoplasmonics deal with creating ultra-compact components for nanoscale photonic devices to match their electronic counterparts. Focusing on control and manipulation of plasmons at nanometre dimensions, nanoplasmonics combines the strength of electronics and photonics and is predicted to replace existing integrated circuits and photonic devices. It is one of the fastest growing fields of science, with applications in telecommunication, consumer electronics, data storage, medical diagnostics, an...

Booth E22 - Sabanci University

Active and multifunctional packaging materials are in a higher demand due to rising trend for food safety and longer shelf life. Such packaging materials need to prolong the shelf life of the food without interfering with existing food processes. It must incorporate anti-bacterial agents to inhibit the growth of bacteria, which is one of the key determinant factors of food shelf life. This technology presents the use of the polymeric films comprising of halloysite nanotubes as a packaging materi...

Booth E22 - Sabanci University

High-aspect ratio metal nanowires (silver, copper and copper-nickel) are a suitable replacement for indium tin oxide (ITO) as material in creating transparent conducting electrodes, whose applications include tablets, smartphones, photovoltaics, light-emitting diodes (LED), liquid crystal displays (LCD), and flexible electronics. The material relies on fast, easy and scalable manufacturing through electroless deposition, and can be customised for a variety of products and unique user requiremen...

Booth D28 - University of the Philippines

Piql safeguards your irreplaceable information! What the Global Seed Vault is for plants, the Arctic World Archive is for the world’s irreplaceable data; - a secure and safe place where the data will be available when all other systems fail. Piql has developed an ultra-secure data storage and long-term digital preservation solution, the Piql System. Piql has converted a photosensitive film into a self-contained digital preservation medium, the piqlFilm.  The piqlFilm is kept in the piqlBox, an...

Booth E11 - Piql AS

Oil spill disasters bring about massive environmental and long-term ecological problems. Companies also suffer significant profit losses due to oil wastage. In addition to oil spills, the contamination of water sources with industrial wastewater containing toxic organic solvents further aggravates the scarcity of clean water. Adsorption is one of the most effective clean-up methods used. However, commonly used absorbents (such as polymers, activated carbon, etc) suffer from low adsorption effici...

Booth B03 - Singapore-HUJ Alliance for Research and Enterprise

This novel synthetic fibre reflects near-infrared (NIR) and visible light from the sun and allows the human body to release far-infrared (FIR), achieving outstanding cooling effects under solar radiation. Inspired by Salty Ice Plant, a natural plant which holds salt crystals on the surface of leaves and stems and reflects sunlight to cool itself, we use bicomponent melt spinning to deposit nano-sized ceramic crystals inside synthetic fibres. Textiles made from these fibres reflect sunlight whil...

Booth D29, D30 - International Strategic Technology Alliance (ISTA)

This eco-friendly technology includes (1) nanodispersion of ionomers with various ion-conductive functional groups, (2) manufacturing methods and (3) their applications. The ionomer nanoparticle dispersion can be manufactured by nano-dispersing (via modified supercritical methods) a variety of perfluorinated or hydrocarbon ionomers without any physico-chemical degradations in water-alcohol mixtures from their solid forms (e.g. film, sheet, powder, pellet and others). This technology overcomes th...

Booth G26, G27, G28, G34, G35 - DeltaTech-Korea Ltd

A unique nanofiber form of pure aluminium oxide (alumina) was discovered and further developed as an industrial scale technology. Nano-alumina features high strength, high aspect ratio, large surface area and a faceted surface, which all together allow the nanofiber to increase the mechanical properties of polymer (e.g. epoxy) based systems. The increased performance will have great benefits for advanced material manufacturers and the end-users of those materials (i.e. composites, adhesives, sea...

Booth E01 - ANF Development OU

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 organic ...

Booth C07, C08 - FUJIFILM Asia Pacific Pte Ltd

HYDRO AG+ technology is based on FUJIFILM's culmination of unique knowledge of silver (Ag) applications through an extensive history in chemical and film engineering originating in the photographic field, its current precision nano and polymer technologies, antibacterial and pharmaceutical knowledge. The antibacterial technology combines a Ag-based antibacterial agent and a unique polymer that can sustainably suppresses growth of microorganisms on a surface after application and drying, achievin...

Booth C07, C08 - FUJIFILM Asia Pacific Pte Ltd