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Naieel Technology: Developing Essential Nanomaterials to Fuel Fundamental Advancements in AI, Batteries, and Beyond

Without advancements in nanomaterial production, the potential for progress and benefits across various industries is limited, thereby resulting in reduced innovation in materials science, slower advancements in electronics and energy storage, and missed opportunities in medical and environmental applications. Fortunately, Naieel Technology is at the forefront of developing these essential and advanced nanomaterials.


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Diesel prices in Malaysia rose about 50% on June 10 due to the government's revised approach to fuel subsidies to cut spending and save billions of ringgit...


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