Scientists from the Center for Functional Nanomaterials (CFN) – a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office – have come up with a technique for optimizing the activity 500-nanometer-long but relatively
Being able to develop new materials and formulate active inks for printing, GenesInk supports its customers with solutions ranging from the manufacturing of active ingredients for their applications to fine tuning existing solutions to their specific needs.
Our scientific and technical support is offered at different stages of the value chain with :
> Synthesis of nanomaterials
> Formulation of active inks
> Ink printing (R2R, S2S) and characterization of metal deposits