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  • Scientists develop software that sketches, recreates 3-D shapes

    A computer scientist at the University of British Columbia has developed FlowRep, an algorithm that can create a design sketch of an everyday object by inferring 3-D geometries from 2-D projections of the descriptive curve networks. details>>
  • Fast chemistry allows researchers to unlock new class of polymers

    Scientists at the Molecular Foundry at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory created long chains of linked sulfur-containing molecules using a SuFEx, sulfur(VI) fluoride exchange, click reaction. details>>
  • Researchers develop greener method for interweaving polymers using blue light

    Engineers at the University of Delaware have developed a method to form interwoven polymer networks by using blue light that is easier, quicker, and more sustainable than current processes. details>>
  • Plastics eMarket Tip of the Week: Outdoor Use of PVC

    Kamweld Product Manager Len Alter is back to share his experiences with tips on the proper use of PVC outdoors. details>>
  • New process uses hybrid nanoparticles for rapid 3-D printing in water

    Researchers in the Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel) have developed a novel type of photoinitiator that creates bio-friendly 3-D printed structures in water. details>>
  • Disney develops computational design tool for 3-D printing flexible mechanisms

    A team from the Disney Research network has released a new computational tool for designing 3-D printed flexible and compliant mechanisms. details>>
  • Researchers calculate the total amount of plastic ever produced

    According to a study by scientists from the University of Georgia, humans have created 8.3 billion metric tons of plastics since large-scale production began in the early 1950s. details>>
  • UConn researchers create fireproof plastic with mother-of-pearl mimic

    Researchers at the University of Connecticut (Storrs, Conn.) have developed a method for mimicking nacre, a natural material lining the shells of mollusks, to create a thin film coating that is stronger than stainless steel. details>>
  • 3-D printed sensor monitors drinking water quality in real time

    Researchers at the University of British Columbia (UBC) Okanagan, Canada campus have 3-D printed a tiny device that monitors the quality of drinking water in real time. details>>
  • New process produces polycarbonates from limonene and CO2

    Researchers have developed a new process that uses limonene, which can be isolated from lemons and oranges, and carbon dioxide. details>>
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