MIT Engineers Develop Blackest Material to Date

MIT engineers have developed a material that is 10 times blacker than anything that has previously been reported. The material is made from vertically aligned carbon nanotubes, or CNTs — microscopic filaments of carbon that the team grew on a surface of

Henkel Debuts Efficiency-Enhancing EV Battery Material Solutions

Henkel has released its latest material technologies for cost-effective high-volume assembly, protection and thermal control of next-generation electric vehicle (EV) battery systems. Understanding the competitive requirements to lower battery cost, raise performance and ensure operational safety and reliability, Henkel materials specialists have

JBC Technologies Introduces an Alternative to Traditional Metal Heat Shields

JBC Technologies is excited to introduce TABshield a new product portfolio of lightweight, flexible, easy-to-install composite materials for targeted thermal and acoustical protection. It is a lower cost solution to traditional metal heat shields and is perfect for applications with space constraints. Additional benefits

Rogers Corp. Addresses Heat Surges in Portable Devices with HeatSORB Phase-Change Materials

Rogers Corp. is expanding its line of HeatSORB proprietary phase change materials that address thermal management challenges inherent in today’s high-end portable electronics. HeatSORB is a unique material capable of consistently absorbing large amounts of heat within a very specific temperature window. The

DENSO and Toyota to Establish Joint Venture for R&A Development of Next-Gen, In-vehicle Semiconductors

DENSO Corp. and Toyota Motor Corp. have agreed to establish a joint venture* for research and advanced development of next-generation, in-vehicle semiconductors. The two companies will study the details and aim to establish the new company in April 2020. Recently, electronic controls