Dubious automotive nanoclay research funded with $1.8 million fron DOE

Our skepticism was piqued when we heard through our network last week about a $1.8 million Department of Energy grant awarded to the National Composite Center (NCC) to develop nanoclay composites for automotive applications. Automotive applications for nanoclays today run the gamut from high-value, ...

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