Nanotechnology is the science of very small structures called nanomaterials and nanoparticles and the techniques of their production and research. The size of nanoparticles can be compared to thousandths of the thickness of a human hair.
Do you wonder what it is that makes the sweetness of fresh fruit give us so much energy, so that we can function properly? What if we provided the same energy to our smartphones, laptops, cars, or planes?
Using the knowledge of scientists and the specialised equipment at TUL, we can have a real impact on improving the state of the natural environment. A good example of such activities is the research conducted under the TEX-WATER-REC project.
The clothing industry is the second largest industry responsible for polluting the world. Clothing that goes to stores is often displayed for two or three weeks, then it is subject to attractive price reductions, and yet it is not sold.
Metaverse has recently become a very popular buzzword thanks to Mark Zuckerberg's interview. The Facebook CEO presented the concept of the metaverse project, which is to seamlessly connect the Internet with virtual reality.