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Composite applications features, January 2016

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Redefining the motor car

Django Mathijsen discusses how Solar powered vehicles are starting to show real potential.

Kickstart your technology!

Liz Nickels delves into the world of internet business funding sites to see which innovative composite projects have captured the interest of investors.

Reinforced Plastics investigates which new fibers might be popular in composites in the future.

Liz Nickels looks back at the groundbreaking composite commercial spacecraft eleven years on.

Liz Nickels spoke to Gerry Boyce, managing director of the UK's Haydale Composites.

Liam O'Sullivan examines the benefits of FORMAX's approach to materials characterization.

Reinforced Plastics reports on a new synthetic diamond material designed for aerospace tooling.

Lightweight construction represents one of the greatest opportunities for the fiber composites industry.

Reinforced Plastics talks to Mick Maher, program manager at DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.

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