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  • Researchers use plastic in smartphone screens to trick harmful bacteria

    Scientists at the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden have developed a method for tricking bacteria into growing more or less by adding or removing electrons from the conductive plastic that is found in smartphone screens. details>>
  • White paper outlines reasons for justifying 3-D printer purchase for prototyping

    Stratasys, a manufacturer of 3-D printers and 3-D production systems, recently released a white paper that was published on Engineering.com outlining the benefits of an investment in a 3-D printer for the rapid manufacture of prototypes. details>>
  • White paper outlines reasons for justifying 3-D printer purchase for prototyping

    Stratasys, a manufacturer of 3-D printers and 3-D production systems, recently released a white paper that was published on Engineering.com outlining the benefits of an investment in a 3-D printer for the rapid manufacture of prototypes. details>>
  • New process makes it easier to extract sugar from wood for plastic feedstock

    Researchers at the University of Delaware have developed a novel process that makes extracting sugars from wood chips, corn cobs, and other organic waste more efficient. details>>
  • Researchers discover what causes adhesives to smell unpleasant

    A team of researchers has researched four, solvent-free acrylic adhesives to determine the components that give off unpleasant odors. details>>
  • Sugar produced by marine bacteria being converted into bioplastics

    California-based HelioBioSys is harvesting and converting the sugar from marine cyanobacteria, which grow on air, seawater, and sunlight, to produce biofuels and sustainably-derived biomaterials such as bioplastics. details>>
  • Clay-based, antimicrobial packaging keeps food fresher for longer

    Researchers at Sabanci University (Istanbul, Turkey) have developed a packaging film that is coated with clay nanotubes and an antibacterial oil to prevent over-ripening and microbial growth. details>>
  • Plastics eMarket Tip of the Week: Fire, Smoke and Thermoplastics

    Kamweld Product Manager Len Alter is back to share his experiences and this week he explains that certain plastics, such as polypropylene (PP), are flammable and can drip fire that could be a safety hazard in certain facilities. details>>
  • New research describes what happens at the moving edge of a crack

    Researchers have described the nonlinear relationship between the strength of the forces on the edge of a crack in a solid material and the responses that take place in the material adjacent to the crack. details>>
  • Better plastic bonding technique enables production of microfluidic chips

    Researchers have developed a new technique for bonding of plastics using a composite film of micro-scale energy directors to take a step forward in the mass production of high-precision microfluidic chips. details>>
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