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  • NIST builds gold wires on plastic film for wearable electronics

    Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Gaithersburg, Md. have recently discovered a method for building nontoxic, gold wires into flexible plastic film that could prove the pathway forward for wearable electronic health monitors. details>>
  • MIT researchers develop new approach for artificial muscles

    Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have taken existing research into developing artificial muscle fibers, materials that can contract and expand like a muscle, and taken another step forward by engineering nylon to bend like a human finger or arm can. details>>
  • KIT researchers using flue gas and electricity to make organic plastics

    Researchers at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany are working to optimize the microbial electrosynthesis process using flue gas, air, and renewable energy to spur microorganisms to create polymer molecules of increasing complexity. details>>
  • Researchers develop 3-D printable hyperelastic bone material

    A team of researchers from Northwestern University has developed a 3-D printable ink that is used to create hyperelastic, synthetic bone implants that are fully customizable and induce rapid bone regeneration and growth. details>>
  • MIT researchers take step towards biodegradable plastics

    Chemists at MIT have discovered the structure of a bacterial enzyme that produces biodegradable plastics, which could be an advance that helps engineers produce those plastics on an industrial scale. details>>
  • Researchers use melanin to strengthen polyurethane

    Researchers have found that adding a small amount of melanin, the natural molecule that is found in the skin, hair, and eyes of animals, then it can make polyurethane far stronger than it is originally. details>>
  • Rodon Blog offers tips for understanding plastic injection molding volumes

    On The Rodon Group blog, Jill Worth offers tips for choosing the right plastic injection molder, beginning with determining the volume requirements and how those requirements may shift over time. details>>
  • Solvay launches new polyamide for thermal management systems

    Solvay launched its new Technyl REDx polyamide that integrates a smart molecule technology, which activates under high temperatures and leads to rapid cross-linking that boosts the strength of the material. details>>
  • Researchers develop 3-D printed items that heal themselves

    A team of engineers from the University of California San Diego have created a process using magnetic microparticles to 3-D print items that can heal themselves after being cut into pieces thanks to the attractive magnetic forces in the particles. details>>
  • Researchers develop process to make biodegradable PLA stronger

    Researchers from Brown University have developed a process to make biodegradable polylactic acid (PLA) stronger and last longer. The researchers treated PLA at various temperatures and pressures and created a new polymer phase for the material. details>>
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