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  • Researchers develop stretchable and conductive plastic electrode

    Engineers at Stanford University have used molecules similar to those used to thicken soup in industrial kitchens to chemically alter brittle plastics and make them stretchable like rubber bands and slightly enhancing their electrical conductivity. details>>
  • Cornell University research could revolutionize plastics recycling

    Collaboration between Cornell University and the University of Minnesota could change the way that the world approaches plastics recycling by creating a new additive that allows for the blending of typically incompatible materials, polyethylene (PE) and polypropylene (PP). details>>
  • NC State researchers remotely control 2-D material folding into 3-D object

    Researchers at North Carolina State University have designed and created 2-D materials that are remotely controlled so that specific folds can be triggered at any time and in any order to form 3-D structures. details>>
  • Washington State researchers develop novel 3-D manufacturing method

    Researchers at Washington State University have created a unique 3-D manufacturing method that quickly creates and precisely controls the architecture of the material from the nanoscale. details>>
  • MIT researchers use cellulose as 3-D printing feedstock

    Recent research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has found a method for using cellulose, the most abundant organic polymer in the world, as the feedstock for 3-D printing and additive manufacturing processes. details>>
  • Boston company introduces new additive for highly repellent plastics

    NBD Nanotechnologies has recently unveiled its new injection-grade additive, RepelShell, which makes plastic surfaces highly repellent to water, dirt, mud, and ice. details>>
  • German engineering company adopts 3-D printing tech for injection molds

    Hahn-Schickard, a microsystems engineering company based in southwest Germany, has turned to a Prodways ProMaker L5000 3-D printer and its PLASTCure Rigis 10500 resin to integrate 3-D printing into its injection molding manufacturing processes. details>>
  • Finnish research center finds new material for plastic composites

    The VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland recently announced that it has demonstrated new industrial applications for the sludge and fly ash generated by the paper and board industry, including as feedstock for plastic composites. details>>
  • New material designed to cool buildings in eco-friendly manner

    Engineers at the University of Colorado at Boulder have developed a scalable, manufactured metamaterial from a glass-polymer hybrid that effectively reflects solar energy, while allowing for the dissipation of infrared thermal radiation. details>>
  • AR startup creating 3-D printer that builds objects with holograms

    Daqri, which was founded in 2010, has already made a name for itself with a series of augmented reality (AR) devices, has now announced that it is in development to build a 3-D printer that uses holograms to build objects. details>>
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