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Hongli Zhu, a postdoctoral researcher in the Materials Science Department at the University of Maryland, presents the ways wood fibers and paper can be used in nanotechnology devices. This talk was presented at the  2014 MRS Fall Meeting.

She discusses the chemistry and optical properties of wood fibers, their use in transparent and flexible nanoelectronics, and the use of nanocellulose as a building block for functional fibers.

 

VIDEO: Multifunctional paper and Fiber Based on Nanocellulose

Presentation by Hongli Zhu



December 17, 2014


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