Professor Busnaina was an invited speaker at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory this past week. He spoke as a part of the REDD (The Research and Exploratory Development Department) Talks series, on the topic of the scalable nano-printing of sensors and electronics. A brief description is below, from the APL’s own website.
In this opportunity Dr. Busnaina talked about new techonology developed that uses directed assembly based printing at the nanosclae to make products that fully take advantage of the superior properties of nanomaterial. In this presentation he showcase application of this technology in electronics, sensors and material.
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