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The university of Nottingham develop reversible information storage of 3 d printing materials
Jun 25, 2018

Now research can be any exposed to light after printing will change the nature of the molecules into almost any shape or size of the composite materials.In theory, can the QR code or barcode rather complex things such as reversible coding, then put the material to wipe clean, like use eraser to clean the whiteboard.The team's current equipment use of color change, but this method can be used to develop energy storage materials and electronics.

                    The photochromic molecules - blue cube made of advanced materials
  
The findings could greatly increase the 3D printing equipment in industries such as electronics, health care and quantum computing functions.
  
At present, the research has been published in academic journals Advanced Materials.It is understood that the study from the college of engineering Victor Sans Sangorrin Dr Graham and chemical college leadership, Dr Newton got Leverhulme trust, the German academic exchange service (DAAD) and the support of the university of Nottingham.

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