Undercover Advanced Materials trends for 2016: 3D printing software, CNTs, and sensing materials

In the Advanced Materials space, 2015 was marked by the emergence of new production techniques (see the September 7, 2015 LRMJ), new material design tools (see the November 30, 2015 LRMJ), and new scandals (see the October 4, 2015 LRMJ). Whether it was the launch of start-up Carbon 3D (see the Ma...

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