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Carbon nanofibers (CNFs)

Carbon nanofibers (CNFs)

Car­bon nanofibers is a super­ma­te­r­i­al. It is stronger, more elas­tic, and lighter than steel. It con­ducts heat and elec­tric­i­ty bet­ter than met­als. And it can be used to thou­sand­fold the sur­face of mate­ri­als. Let’s take a clos­er look at these tiny fel­lows. What is a car­bon nanofiber (CNF)? A car­bon nanofiber (CNF) is a car­bon-made mate­r­i­al so thin that…

Smoltek—from carbon nanofibers to mind-controlled robotic prostheses

Smoltek—from carbon nanofibers to mind-controlled robotic prostheses

Smoltek holds unique world patents for tech­nolo­gies that make mate­r­i­al engi­neer­ing on an atom­ic lev­el pos­si­ble. Smoltek has solu­tions that allow con­tin­ued minia­tur­iza­tion and increased per­for­mance of semi­con­duc­tors, con­tribute to car­bon-free steel pro­duc­tion and renew­able ener­gy stor­age, and enable mind con­trol of robot­ic pros­the­ses. This is a sto­ry of how Smoltek came to be.