AGM Launches Genable Thermal Paste Adhesives Range

Applied Graphene Materials (AGM), the UK based manufacturer of commercial graphene enhanced dispersions, has launched two high performance thermal paste adhesive materials – Genable 4400 and Genable 4300. The new products are supplied to customers as easy to process two part epoxy

Supercomputer Predicts Optical and Thermal Properties of Complex Hybrid Materials

Materials scientists at Duke University computationally predicted the electrical and optical properties of semiconductors made from extended organic molecules sandwiched by inorganic structures. These types of so-called layered “hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites”—or HOIPs—are popular targets for light-based devices such as solar cells and

DuPont Opens Technology Center to Support Innovation in Silicon Valley

DuPont recently celebrated the opening of its Silicon Valley Technology Center, welcoming customers, community partners, industry groups and other guests to learn about the company’s localized approach to innovation in the Bay Area. The site features DuPont’s newest Innovation Center, a dedicated

Advancing the Thermal Management and Safety of Batteries by Calorimetry

The Calorimeter Center at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology’s (KIT) Institute for Applied Materials – Applied Materials Physics, operates Europe’s largest battery calorimeter laboratory. It provides six Accelerating Rate Calorimeters (ARCs) of different sizes – from coin to large pouch or prismatic

ASTM International Additive Manufacturing Center Announces First Round of R&D Projects

Global standards developer ASTM International recently announced its first round of funding to support research that will help catalyze the development of needed standards in additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing. This investment of $300,000 and in-kind contributions will help partners in the ASTM International Additive Manufacturing Center

Heat Transfer Surprise Could Lead to Thermal Transistors

As much as 100 times more heat than predicted by the standard radiation theory can flow between two nanoscale objects, even at bigger-than-nanoscale distances, researchers at the University of Michigan and the College of William and Mary have reported in the journal Nature.