The international trade fair and conference for nanotechnology, nano tech, was held in Tokyo for the 22nd time. It presented the latest innovations in the field of nanotechnology products and processes from around the world and is dedicated, among other things, to environmental protection and green innovations that help to prevent environmental damage and develop new energy sources.
At a booth of nanoNet Austria, funded by the BMK (Federal Ministry for Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology), Univ.-Prof. DI Dr. Paul Hartmann, Director of the MATERIALS Institute, presented roll-based micro- and nano-foil imprints in the field of micro-optics, microfluidics, diagnostics and security features, a cross-section of printed sensors with Pyzoflex® technology and flexible electronics. In addition to MATERIALS, Silicon Austria Labs, Materials Center Leoben Forschung GmbH and PROFACTOR GmbH are also represented at the nanoNet Austria booth.
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