“Our research establishes graphene as the strongest material ever measured, some 200 times stronger than structural steel. It would take an elephant, balanced on a pencil, to break through a sheet of graphene the thickness of Saran Wrap.”
- Mechanical engineering professor James Hone of Columbia University,
A relatively new field of material science, nanotechnology makes use of small sized particles in the nanoscale range (ten to the minus nine meters) to induce powerful new properties materials.
Nano technology is an up and coming science with the power to change the world in a multiple of formats. Incorporating it into biosciences requires rare expertise, and our science group has it.
This can range from allowing incompatible materials to become compatible, to making fibers which are stronger than steel or plastics that have unusual electromagnetic properties and signatures. Our team has extensive experience at using this new technology to develop super materials, recycle waste materials safely, solve environmental problems, and make ultra durable sustainable materials from sustainable sources.
We specialize in sustainable applications of nano science for a sustainability-era industry.
Titan Bioplastics Proprietary IP services:
Each composite formulation supports material solutions for manufacturing and remains TBP exclusive technology until collaboratively licensed as exclusive or non-exclusive.
The following technologies are available to transform today, using traditional and industrial hemp-based formulations.
Pulitzer Prize nominee and high-tech visionary Michael Robinson, says graphene
“…will soon have a pervasive impact on the U.S. economy – and the entire human race.”
THE HENRY FORD HEMP CAR
Re-creation of Henry Ford's test. Hemp plastic car panels, stronger and a lot lighter than steal.
HEMP OUTSHINES LITHIUM
A hemp super capacitor weighing 1 kilo has been reported to store 47.3 kw