The MATCH Observatory is a key element on the WP4 of the MATCH project. Designed as a strategic surveillance tool, it´s ultimate purpose is that MATCH partners, the European Commission and other users could be constantly aware about emerging and possibly disruptive trends in the field of materials.
Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology Develops Low-Cost Lithium-Sulfur Battery with Glass FiberKorea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology (KAIST, President Shin Sung-chul) has developed high-efficient electrode based on glass fibrous membrane that will solve many problems of current lithium-sulfur batteries. It is expected that this new electrode will... read more
Google and Levi’s showed off last week a new joint project: a USD 350 smart jean jacket.read more
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Led by neurostimulators and orthopedic implants, the demand for medical implants overall is expected by analysts who study such matters to reach $116 billion globally by 2022, according to Allied Market Researchread more