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    Jet Materials are a UK based company with over 30 years technical and sales knowledge providing a range of services and products to Civil Engineering and Education. Jet Materials' main focus is...
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    First Graphene Ltd. is the leading supplier of high-quality, bulk graphene products. The company has a robust manufacturing and supply platform based upon captive supply of high-purity raw materials...
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    First Graphene Ltd. is the leading supplier of high-quality, bulk graphene products. The company has a robust manufacturing and supply platform based upon captive supply of high-purity raw materials...
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    In this knowledge-based era, innovation and technology are powerful drivers for the long-term growth of a community. We are committed to providing an environment conducive to innovation and...
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    Based in Seattle, NanoSafeguard is one of the pioneering companies in the USA to focus solely on nanotechnology and its consumer applications. We use the most sophisticated nanotechnology to...
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    As a company, The Microscopy & Imaging Place is the culmination of nearly two decades of energetically expanding services to our industry. Founded as a consortium of experts offering...
  • Article - 5 Mar 2007
    As the world becomes increasingly aware of the potentially devastating effects of climate change, nanotechnology may hold the key to reducing carbon dioxide emissions in the production of cement.
  • Article - 1 Apr 2021
    While graphene has hit the headlines for nanomaterial-enhanced concrete, carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are also presenting themselves as an alternative option for improving the properties of concrete.
  • News - 14 Jun 2011
    According to concrete specialist at Stevens Institute of Technology, Jon Belkowitz, the cracking and eroding of concrete structures can be prevented using his research on chemical reactions taking...
  • News - 15 Jun 2009
    MIT civil engineers have for the first time identified what causes the most frequently used building material on earth - concrete - to gradually deform, decreasing its durability and shortening the...