The 11th CHInano attracted more than 1,600 enterprises to showcase their latest outcomes in the nanotech sector. Here below are several eye-catchers.
LEANSTAR, a company incubated by SIP-based Suzhou Institute of Nano-tech and Nano-bionics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, showed its pressure sensors which, being very light, thin and flexible, can be used in such fields as Internet of Things, smart wearable devices, medical and healthcare services and consumer electronics.
There were also anti-epidemic products such as self-sterilizing masks and portable air sterilization cards, and glasses cloth that can help prevent eyeglasses from steaming up for 12 hours with each single wipe.
“We also want to take this chance to seek partners in Suzhou,” said an executive from Shenzhen Yishang Nanotech Co Ltd, developer of the high-tech glasses cloth.