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“Biomaterials with integrated electronic is the future”
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“Biomaterials with integrated electronic is the future”

mars 1st, 2015 | by Anders Esping
  In 10-15 years the industrial reality will be completely different. Those who act now will be the winners, others might disappear quickly. The Swedish industry is changing quickly and bio based materials becomes more and...
The magnetic materials of the future
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The magnetic materials of the future

mars 1st, 2015 | by Anders Esping
  In this article a scientist from Sweden, Olle Eriksson, tries to predict which magnetic materials we will be using in the future. They find possible candidates by recognizing patterns in the materials. Another group of...
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Fungal Foam (Mushroom Packaging)

mars 1st, 2015 | by Linus Lundmark
Fungal Foam is initially conceived as a cost-effective, enviromentaly friendly and high performance alternative to Styrofoam and is used when performing “Mushroom packaging”. The company developing this material is called...
Electronic Ink
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Electronic Ink

mars 1st, 2015 | by Linus Lundmark
”Quantum-electronic magic” can make strange but useful semiconductors that are insulators on the inside and conductors on the outside. The bulk of the material acts as an insulator that blocks electro-flow where the surface...
Thermoelectric materials
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Thermoelectric materials

februari 27th, 2015 | by Oliver Hedlund
A cars chassi (mostly under the car) gets very warm when you drive. And all the heat produced gets wasted instead of recycled into something else. But with Thermoelectrical materials you can create electrical potential with heat....
Waste-to-Energy Thermoelectrics
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Waste-to-Energy Thermoelectrics

februari 27th, 2015 | by Linus Lundmark
Northwestern University and Michigan State University scientists have demonstrated a thermoelectric material that can convert waste heat to electricity. When you are using a care, nearly 2 / 3 of all energy used is lost as waste...
Amorphous metals
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Amorphous metals

februari 27th, 2015 | by Oliver Hedlund
Amorphous metals, also called metallic glasses, consist of metal with a disordered atomic structure. They can be twice as strong as steel.This kind of metal could be used in all kinf of vehicles. Amorphous metals have very good ...
New ”Designer Atoms”
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New ”Designer Atoms”

februari 27th, 2015 | by Linus Lundmark
Three chemists from the University of Chicago have created a new way of assembling what they call “designer atoms” into materials with a broad way of useful properties and functions. The “designer atoms” is...
Super light vehicle
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Super light vehicle

februari 27th, 2015 | by Oskar Nävsjö
Don’t you think it’s dangerous to have a car that will sink if you drive it into water? Well now there´s a material for you car that´s so light that it might even float on water. Metal foam that is powered by titanium...
From waste to energy
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From waste to energy

februari 26th, 2015 | by Oskar Nävsjö
Northwestern University and Michigan State University scientists have discovered a thermoelectric material material that can easily convert waste heat into electricity. This can be really good to have in your electric car since...