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  • Article explores importance of accurate measurement of local stresses

    An article recently explored the importance of accuracy in measuring local stresses from a physical and compliance perspective in Digital Engineering Magazine. details>>
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    Federica Bertocchini, an amateur beekeeper and a scientist at the Institute of Biomedicine and Biotechnology of Cantabria (CSIC) in Spain, made a chance discovery that could have major ramifications on the problem of plastic waste. details>>
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    A recent article by Pamela Waterman in Digital Engineering highlighted the best methods for increasing the additive manufacturing knowledge and capabilities of an organization. details>>
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    To assist 3-D printing manufacturers and designers, Proto Labs has released a new white paper that details how to select the proper material for industrial projects. details>>
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    Scientists at the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently demonstrated that mixing starch complexes with polyvinyl alcohol (PVOH) increases the biodegradability of the polymer. details>>
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    Researchers at the University of Helsinki (Finland) developed a method of 3-D printing with polypropylene filament to create a microreactor that can be used for mass spectrometry analysis of microchips. details>>
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    A novel procedure for 3-D printing with glass has been developed by researchers at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany. details>>
  • KSU researcher patents polymer to create high-temperature ceramics

    Kansas State University associate professor Gupreet Singh has patented a liquid polymer composed of silicon, boron, carbon, nitrogen, and hydrogen that turns into a ceramic when heated. details>>
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