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  • Physicists develop ultrathin superconducting plastic film

    Physicists from Saarland University and the Leibniz Institute for New Materials (INM) have developed an ultrathin nanomaterial from plastic fibers and high-temperature superconducting nanowires that is as flexible as cling film. details>>
  • Gold-based catalyst key to green process for creating PVC component

    Researchers have demonstrated with synchrotron-based spectroscopy and advanced electron microscopy that gold ions effectively convert acetylene to vinyl chloride monomers (VCM) that are used in producing polyvinyl chloride (PVC). details>>
  • Research shows that plastic coating makes brain implants more effective

    New research from the University of Freiburg (Germany) has demonstrated that adding a coating of the polymer PEDOT onto a polyimide neural implant can delay side effects that stem from the body?s reaction to the device and allows for more effective drug delivery. details>>
  • Researchers build plastic precursor from renewable materials

    Researchers at the University of Wisconsin - Madison demonstrated a process for creating 1,5-pentanediol, which is a plastic precursor to make polyurethane and polyester, from biomass. details>>
  • VTT demonstrates flexible electronics with roll-to-roll overmolding

    The VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland recently demonstrated for the first time the manufacturing processes for creating flexible electronics using roll-to-roll overmolding. details>>
  • Researchers identify ways of speeding up 3-D printing processes

    A group of researchers from Binghamton (N.Y.) University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have worked together on a project that identified bottlenecks in 3-D printers that, if improved, could significantly speed up the 3-D printing process. details>>
  • Researchers developing biodegradable packaging to keep food fresh

    Researchers at the Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) in Lithuania are developing biodegradable plastic food packaging that will keep food fresh for longer and cut down on the amount of plastic packaging finds its way into the world?s waste stream. details>>
  • Fraunhofer Institute using radar technology to test plastic wind turbines

    The Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics IAF announced that it has developed an innovative radar scanner that can detect defects in the composition of wind turbine blades. details>>
  • UC San Diego researchers 3-D print a blood vessel network

    Researchers from the University of California at San Diego have 3-D printed a vascular network that can safely combine with a host network to circulate blood. details>>
  • NUS researchers create novel 2-D polymer sheet to enhance energy storage

    A team of researchers at the National University of Singapore (NUS) have developed an ultra-thin, two-dimensional polymer sheet that can be used to store sodium ions safely in sodium-ion batteries. details>>
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