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  • SIKORA introduces new plastics manufacturing inspection tool

    SIKORA introduced a series of tools for measuring , inspecting, controlling, analyzing, and sorting for quality control, process optimization and cost-saving during the manufacture and processing of plastics. details>>
  • Baltimore teens working on bacteria to break down plastics

    Six high school students from Baltimore, Md. have discovered different strains of bacteria that could be used to break down plastics and clean up waterways, such as the Inner Harbor of Baltimore on the Chesapeake Bay details>>
  • Chicago aquarium introducing children to 3-D printing

    A recent Chicago Tribune article highlighted an after-school program at the Shedd Aquarium, Club Shedd, which brings in more than 60 high school students from the Chicago area for an intensive scientific experience that includes learning about and using 3-D printing. details>>
  • EngiMake founders want to make 3-D printed robotics accessible

    University of Manchester engineering graduates Jack Scott-Reeve and Josh Elijah are trying to make robotics more accessible to the general public with the creation of the QuadBot, a do-it-yourself, 3-D printed, programmable, walking robot. details>>
  • Partially 3-D printed Divergent Blade unveiled at LA Auto Show

    At the recent Los Angeles Auto Show, Divergent 3D unveiled is partially 3-D printed supercar, the Blade, to glowing reviews and the belief that 3-D printing could be a technology incorporated in the near future for car manufacturers. details>>
  • UK packaging industry experimenting with invisible barcode for plastics

    The plastics packaging industry in the U.K. is experimenting with a new separation technology for plastics that could be a breakthrough for recycling. details>>
  • EPA added as partner in plastic film recycling program

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has agreed to a partnership with the American Chemistry Council's Plastics Division (ACC) to promote sustainable materials management (SMM) for plastics. details>>
  • Comedian helps bring awareness to plastics recycling with videos

    Plastics Make it Possible, a website dedicated to educating the public on the benefits of plastics and innovations in the plastics industry, recently commissioned comedian Rudy Mancuso for a series of videos where he tests people?s knowledge of plastics recycling and highlights how easy it is to recycle. details>>
  • UAE teen wins award at first Gulf 3-D Printing Olympiad

    United Arab Emirates teenager Rishabh Java designed and printed a mind-controlled, bionic arm to take home the prize of Best Innovative Project at the first annual Gulf 3-D Printing Olympiad. details>>
  • 3-D printing being taken to the battlefield by U.S. Marines

    The U.S. Marine Corps has embraced new technologies to try and gain advantages for its soldiers and one of those advancements is the use of 3-D printing capabilities in the field. details>>
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