Peter Griffin posted in electro-spinning • hoki • nano-fibres • Revolution Fibre • Tech NZ on August 5th, 2010.
Peter Kerr writes in the Dominion Post about work by a company who says they can turn discarded hoki skins into extremely fine, extremely strong nano-fibres. The fibres could have multiple applications, from clothing to reinforcing, electronics and filtration. An excerpt: (read in full here) “Revolution Fibre’s first commercial product will be air filter mats […]
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