The future belongs to nanotechnology © agsandrew / fotolia.com

The future belongs to nanotechnology © agsandrew / fotolia.com

PACKAGING IN THE NANO AGE

Nano particles, which are invisible to the naked eye, are now revolutionising the packaging market. © blicsejo, fotolia.com

Nano particles, which are invisible to the naked eye, are now revolutionising the packaging market. © blicsejo, fotolia.com

STRONG GROWTH EXPECTED IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL SECTOR

Use packaging chips for the production of valuable nano materials for lithium-ion batteries. © djama, fotolia.com

Most consumers have been putting packaging chips in their normal household waste. However, polystyrene takes about 100 years to decompose. US researchers have now found a way to use packaging chips for the production of valuable nano materials for lithium-ion batteries. © djama, fotolia.com

PACKAGING CHIPS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF NANO MATERIALS.

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