Material Advances in 3D Printing, Crop Health, Building and Construction

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Published: 6 Oct 2017

This issue of High-Tech Materials TOE focusses on advances in 3D printing, crop health, building and construction. Innovations profiled include material a material for improving crop health, a building material developed using carbon dioxide, 3D printed porous bricks and a 3D printed house made from polyurethane and concrete. The High-Tech Materials TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) provides intelligence on technologies, products, processes, applications, and strategic insights on various materials across industries. Some material technologies include lightweight materials, bio–based materials, ceramics, smart materials, fibers, nanomaterials, responsive materials, polymers, woven and non woven materials, polymers and plastics and packaging materials. The Chemicals and Advanced Materials cluster tracks research and innovation trends and developments across specialty chemicals, plastics, polymers, chemicals, bio-chemicals, metals, coatings, thinfilms, surface treatments, composites, alloys, oil and gas, fuel additives, fibers, and several other related technologies and its impact and application across industries. Keywords: Crop health, building materials, carbon dioxide, 3D printed bricks, 3D printed house, polyurethane, additive manufacturing



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