Silicate nanocomposite start-up offers more of the same, cites a few novel applications

Australian nanotechnology start-up TenasiTech emerged last fall, aiming to commercialize research from the University of Queensland’s (UQ’s) Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology. Its polymer nanocomposite technology – specifically, silicate nanoplatelets dispersed in elastomers – provides...

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