EU Funding Manager
3D2D Print, 3D Printing of Novel 2D Nanomaterials: Adding Advanced 2D Functionalities to Revolutionary Tailored 3D Manufacturing, is Prof. Nicolosis’ 6th ERC award. 3D2D Print aims to examines the processing and characterising of nanomaterials for the development of novel energy storage devices. The aim of the project is to develop a new type of battery which can not only charge in a few minutes, but can also be integrated directly into another material. The possibilities include smartphone covers and batteries that could be inserted into the body and used to control a pacemaker. This is possible due to 3D printing technology, where several two-dimensional nanomaterials are mixed to produce the desired properties.
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