21 August 2012
21 August 2012
Angstron Materials will demonstrate its capability to produce ultra-thin graphene along with its technology advances for applications in graphene-based thermal dissipation sheets, nano-composites and other uses at Nano Korea 2012, to be held August 16th – 18th at COEX in Seoul, South Korea.
Angstron will also have a booth at the show and visitors can talk with representatives as well as its exclusive distributor for Korea, Digichem Corporation, at booth G27. Angstron says it is expected to be the largest event yet featuring 350 companies from 11 countries. The theme of the event is Nanotechnology, The Frontiers of Innovation.
Dr. Bor Jang, co-owner of Angstron and holder of 42 graphene-based IP publications, will present Graphene for Energy Storage Applications at the event’s technical session Industrial Nanotechnology. Dr. Jang’s presentation is scheduled for August 17th 3:30 to 4 pm.
The UK's Engineering Industries Association (EIA) and the Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA) have received confirmation of government funding for UK engineering companies to exhibit at overseas trade shows.
Solvay reports that Advanced Sensor Technologies Inc (ASTi) has selected Ryton polyphenylene sulphide (PPS) to mould protective housings for two industrial-grade sensors.
The £50 million McLaren Composites Technology Centre (MCTC) nearing completion near Sheffield, UK, was inaugurated on 16 January.