According to a 2013 report by the UK’s Government Office for Science, the areas of carbon-based nanomaterials, semiconductors, biomaterials, and metamaterials have the highest prospects in the future. Therefore, it is hardly surprising that many of the commercial advances in the past few years have been in these areas.
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The Advanced Materials Show was launched in the year 2019. Since then, it has gained the attention of leading manufacturers and innovators across the world, who are related to these sub-industries.
Furthermore, is has now been strongly established as Europe’s largest congregation of advanced materials companies. It is expected that this year’s show (to be held on July 8th and 9th, 2020) will exhibit more of what the advanced material sector has to offer.
A complete report on the 2020 event can be downloaded from this link: https://advancedmaterialsshow.com/industry-insight/
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