Biomineralisation is a term used to describe a process by which living organisms produce minerals, often to harden or stiffen existing tissues.
A bottom-up approach (self-assembly processes) is a term used to describe one of two ways to fabricate nanometre size elements of integrated electronic circuits.
Carbon nanotube – naturally self-organised nanostructure. In the form of a tube composed of carbon atoms with completed bonds.
Fashion Tech Lab is an entirely new company focused on investing in and developing new technologies and applying them to the fashion industry, while also aiming to make them sustainable solutions.
Graphene a term used to describe a single flat layer of carbon atoms densely arranged in a hexagonal two-dimensional honeycomb lattice, of which its atomic structure can also be used as a basic building block to construct all other carbon-based materials of all other dimensional.
Green tribology is a brand new area of technology science, related to tribology, however, crossover with green engineering, chemistry and Nanotechnology. Tribology or “tribo” (Greek word ) meaning “to rub” is defined as a branch of science and technology concerned with interacting surfaces in relative motion and with the associated matter.
Information overload is a term used to describe an overflow of information through many different media. Such as digital, radio, TV, Video, newspaper, books and magazine. The total amount of information is not possible to consume, and we feel we miss out. It creates a false stress level on individuals as well as industries managing finding the right info.
Molecular manufacturing is a term used to describe an emerging technology that is being developed to build large objects to atomic precision, quickly and cheaply, with virtually no defects. As it becomes more sophisticated, it promises to be an energy-efficient and environmentally benign way to make materials and textiles.