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OLEV selected as 1 of 10 emerging technologies in 2013 by World Economic Forum
Date:2/14/2013

es showing effectiveness not seen with the drug compound alone. These recent advances in nanomedicine promise to improve the effects of current drugs as well as rescuing others that cannot otherwise be developed due to dose limiting toxicity.

Organic Electronics and Photovoltaics:

Organic, also known as printed electronics, means the use of organic materials such as polymers to create electronic circuits and devices. In contrast to traditional silicon based semiconductors, organic electronics can be printed using ink jet techniques making them extremely cheap compared with silicon devices, both in terms of the cost per device and the capital equipment required to produce them. While organic electronics are unlikely to compete with silicon in terms of speed and density, the availability of low cost devices, from sensors to displays is a key step in enabling the 'Internet of Things.

3rd and 4th Generation Nuclear Reactors and Waste Recycling:

Current-generation once-through nuclear power reactors only utilize 1% of the potential energy available in uranium, leaving the rest radioactively contaminated as nuclear 'waste'. Whilst the technical challenge of geological disposal is manageable, the political challenge of nuclear waste is considerable. Recycling and breeding uranium-238 into new fissile material would extend current uranium resources for centuries, allowing nuclear power to make a major contribution to the world's low-carbon energy production. The resulting fission product waste is radioactive for hundreds of years, not tens of thousands, making eventual disposal less of a challenge even than most conventional hazardous waste from other industries. Fourth-generation metal-cooled fast reactors are now close to deployment in several countries and are offered by established nuclear engineering companies.


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