Wearables, Textiles and 2D Materials, a $70 Billion Opportunity

There has been a lot of talk about wearable technologies over the past couple of years, with much of the initial enthusiasm around the Apple Watch and Fitbit’s $4.1 billion IPO  fizzling out as the industry struggles to move beyond fitness trackers and so called smart watches which, despite the hype are still essentially a cut down version of a …

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Is Printable Graphene The Key To Widespread Applications?

  Nanotechnology has produced no shortage of wonder materials, Buckyballs anyone? Trimetaspheres? Or even carbon nanotubes where producing them at anywhere near the cost that anyone would be willing to pay for them has been a struggle. The main problem with many nanomaterials is that while they may have wondrous properties, conductivity, tensile strength, the ability to cure cancer or …