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  • MesoGlue: A game-changing substance for nanotechnology

    Nanowerk - 03/03/2016

    MesoGlue first came about when Stagon was a PhD. student for Dr. Hanchen Huang at Northeastern University. Stagon continued the project when he became an assistant professor at UNF in 2014. Both UNF and Northeastern University share the pending patent of MesoGlue.This metallic adhesive is game-changing in several ways. It would improve heat transfer for devices, like computers and tablets, allowing more efficient CPU cooling. MesoGlue would also replace the soldering process and make it easier to piece together tiny parts at room temperature. For computers, MesoGlue would replace thermal grease that would increase power and lifetime of computer chips.

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