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Solvay plans to present a range of its materials at JEC World 2017, taking place in Paris from 14–16 March.
LPW Technology Ltd will exhibiting at TCT Asia 2017, taking place in Shanghai, China, from 8–10 March.
Hardmetal specialist Kennametal Inc plans to attend the ISI Industrial Conference run by investment group Evercore.
Using macrophages with flow cytometry, a rapid screening method can determine how medical nanoparticles interact with the immune system.
Scientists have determined the mechanical properties of a sulfide-based solid electrolyte by poking it with a sharp probe.
Researchers at Queen’s University in Belfast have developed carbon fiber simulation tools,
Oerlikon plans to expand its global additive manufacturing (AM) business.
Umicore has reported revenues of €2.7 billion, up 1% from the previous year.
Adding two different additives to the same polymer semiconductor offers a simple way to modify its electrical properties.
By utilizing a novel nanoparticle-based design to tune surface plasmon resonance, engineers have created a thin, flexible, light-absorbing material.
Renishaw plc and PDR have signed a new research collaboration to improve the precision of surgical procedures.
Hexcel has developed HexPly M781, a fast-curing prepreg system with multiaxial reinforcements.
US composites institute IACMI teams has unveiled a 9 m long prototype wind blade.
US-based alloy steel materials producer QuesTek Innovations LLC has won the US Small Business Administration (SBA) 2016 Tibbetts Award.
Carbon fiber provider DowAksa has appointed Anthony J Roberts as director of strategic planning.
Product development specialist ARRK has opened a new paint spraying facility at its Composites Centre in Nuneaton, UK.
America Makes has created learning tool exercises for additive manufacturing (AM) machine and material selection.
Two companies plan to join forces to provide additive manufacturing (AM) training to end users.
Inspired by natural adhesive materials, scientists have developed a synthetic version that can be controlled remotely using UV light.
A new way of mass-producing graphene uses just three simple ingredients: hydrocarbon gas, oxygen and a spark plug.