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Editorial

  • New project aims to increase use of bioplastics in packaging

    A new research project has been undertaken to produce price-competitive food packaging based on bioplastics, specifically by creating thin-walled food packaging through injection molding. details>>
  • Australian startup bringing speed to 3-D printing of metals

    SPEE3D, an Australian startup, promises to make a huge advancement in the speed of metal 3-D printing over its competitors on the market. details>>
  • Research project begins to replace carbon black in plastic packaging

    U.K. technical compounder Luxus has partnered with polymer processor Polykemi and plastics manufacturer One51 on the new NIRSort research project. details>>
  • Startup introduces polypropylene recovery technology in Ohio plant

    PureCycle Technologies, an Ohio-based startup that is founded on Procter & Gamble (P&G) plastics recycling technology, has held a ribbon cutting for its new polypropylene (PP) recovery facility. details>>
  • Research describes impact of 3-D printing on the toy and game market

    Engineers from Michigan Technological University published research indicating that do-it-yourself (DIY) manufacturing using 3-D printing from free online sources could have a multi-million-dollar impact on toy and game market in 2020. details>>
  • Startup commercializes ecofriendly alternative to plastic microbeads in soap

    Graduates from Purdue University have created a startup company to commercialize SoyFoliate, an innovative soy microbead technology that offers an environmentally-friendly alternative to plastic microbeads. details>>
  • GE allows closer look at new 3-D printed aircraft engine

    General Electric (GE) allowed an inside look at its new, 3-D printed advanced turboprop (ATP) engine that will be used in Textron Aviation's Cessna Denali business class. details>>
  • Reports indicate another plastic garbage patch floating in Pacific

    New reports have confirmed what many have already believed, there is a second, large garbage patch of plastic afloat in the Pacific Ocean. details>>
  • Dow announces support for program focused on hard-to-recycle plastic

    Dow Chemical Company recently announced that it was partnering with national non-profit Keep America Beautiful on two grants for organizations to adopt the Hefty EnergyBag program. details>>
  • U.K. hospital appoints first biomedical 3-D technician

    Morriston Hospital in Swansea, Wales became the first in the British National Health Services (NHS) to create the position of biomedical 3-D technician. details>>
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