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  • HP and Siemens announce partnership to accelerate 3-D printing for industry

    HP Inc. and Siemens recently announced that they are forming a partnership to try and accelerate 3-D printing technology for industrial-scale production through the HP-certified additive manufacturing (AM) software module that Siemens created. details>>
  • Partnership could lead to new hybrid CNC milling 3-D printer

    The Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology (Fruanhofer IWU) in Chemnitz, Germany is collaborating with CMS, an Italian machine maker, to research and develop a new hybrid CNC milling 3-D printer for thermoplastic composite parts. details>>
  • Ocean Conservancy to raise $150 million to address waste management in Asia

    The Ocean Conservancy recently announced that its partners agreed to a new initiative to raise more than $150 million to fund waste management and recycling solutions in Southeast Asia. details>>
  • New study finds link between BPA exposure and symptoms of obesity

    A study reviewed 61 papers related to the connection between bisphenol A (BPA) and obesity-related measurements in rodents and concluded that early-life exposure to BPA is associated with obesity-related outcomes later in life. details>>
  • New Fairy Ocean Plastic bottle made from 100 percent recycled material

    The Procter & Gamble Company recently announced that it was launching the Fairy Ocean Plastic bottle that would be composed of 100 percent post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastic and ocean plastic. details>>
  • Lockheed Martin partnering with Australian university on metal 3-D printing

    Lockheed Martin recently announced that it was partnering with the University of Sydney and RMIT University (Melbourne) in Australia to research and develop advanced technologies for defense and commercial space-based applications. details>>
  • Accelerated 3-D manufacturing conference is scheduled for April 2018

    The Rapid + TCT 3D in 360 conference has been scheduled for April 23-26, 2018 in the Fort Worth (Texas) Convention Center, focusing on accelerating 3-D manufacturing and improving additive manufacturing techniques. details>>
  • Disposable plastic product will prevent bacterial infections from medication vials

    MEDassurance, a venture capitalist firm based in New Jersey that focuses on innovative healthcare products and solutions, announced via press release that it was supporting the development of a new product that will prevent bacterial infections from multi-use medication vials. details>>
  • NASA makes rocket breakthrough by 3-D printing part made of two metals

    NASA recently announced another breakthrough in the 3-D printing of rocket engines when it worked with ERC, Inc. (Huntsville, Ala.) to manufacture and test an igniter prototype made from two distinct metal alloys. details>>
  • PLASTICS responds to recent editorial calling for U.S. plastic bag ban

    Plastic Industry Association (PLASTICS) president Bill Carteaux responded with an editorial of his own that called the idea of following Kenya's lead frightening. details>>
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