Kit Béhard finds that nanofoams, Stanene and Shrilk may be the keys to a sustainable future.
Plastics are arguably the most important material of the 20th century. Since the invention of the first synthetic plastic in 1907 they’ve been used in everything from toys and packaging, to electronics and transportation. The reason for the versatility and wide use of plastics is that they are flexible, strong and cheap.
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