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  • MIT researchers changing dynamics of 3-D printing

    MIT scientists have developed a Programmable Viscoelastic Material (PVM) technique that allows the programmer to determine the precise stiffness or elasticity of a part of a design. details>>
  • Organovo introduces 3-D bioprinted human liver tissue

    Organovo Holdings, Inc. of San Diego, Calif., announced this month that it plans on developing 3-D bioprinted human liver tissue that can be transplanted into patients. details>>
  • Harvard researchers create world\'s first soft robot

    A group of researchers from Harvard University announced the creation of Octobot, the world?s first robot built with soft materials. details>>
  • Plastics industry launches automotive recycling project

    The Plastics Industry Trade Association, the Automotive Recyclers Association, the Automotive Recyclers of Canada, and the Canadian Plastics Industry Association have joined together to promote the End-of-Life Vehicles (ELV) Recycling Demonstration Project. details>>
  • European plastics industry calls for Circular Economy

    PlasticsEurope, the Association of Plastics Manufacturers has joined with the EuPC (European Union-level trade association and the PRE (plastics recyclers of Europe) in calling for a European Circular Economy for the plastics industry. details>>
  • Video: World\'s First 3-D Printed Electric Motorcycle

    Germany's Airbus APWorks has created the world's first 3-D printed electric motorcycle, which weighs in at 77 pounds and uses a 6 kW motor to get up to 50 mph. details>>
  • Puppy Gets New \'Leash\' On Life Thanks To Plastic Paw

    Hudson, a rescued dog, was given a renewed life by Derrick Campana, who created a plastic paw to replace one that was lost as a puppy. details>>
  • Plastic Packaging Makes Lunches Easier and Healthier

    LINPAC, a leader in the global packaging industry, has stepped in to try and assist parents and families find simple solutions to the problem of packing a healthy lunch every day. details>>
  • 3-D Printing Helps Paralympic Athlete Succeed in Rio

    German cyclist Denise Schindler received a boost from the California software company Autodesk on her way to a silver medal at the Paralympics in Brazil. details>>
  • FC Barcelona Jersey Made from Recycled Plastic Bottles

    Barcelona has partnered with jersey provider Nike and will feature kits created from recycled plastic bottles. details>>
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