Nanotechnology in Manufacturing: The Future is Now (Part 2)

Feb. 4, 2016
3D printing with functional nanoparticles may produce metamaterials with never-before-seen properties and characteristics.

In its Atoms to Products (A2P) program, DARPA funds five more projects at universities, businesses, and institutions that aim to bring nanoscale precision and functionality to manufacturing methods and products. Part I covered techniques that apply biology and micro-robotics to manipulate nanoparticles; this gallery addresses other techniques and objectives. 

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