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Composite industry news, September 2015

CST Composites secures AUS$1.4 million funding

CST Composites has received a AUS$1.4 million (US$1 milion) grant from the Australian government.

Environmental impact of green composites based on nanocellulose-reinforced epoxy composites.

Haydale, a developer of graphene and nanoparticulate materials, has recently been awarded a number of research grants totalling over £450,000.

The TPRC, based in Enschede, The Netherlands, is leading a research consortium focusing on the overmolding process of thermoplastic composites.

Royal DSM has been named among worldwide leaders in the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index.

Textile Media Services has published a new book covering the use of carbon and natural fibers in automotive composites.

VELOX, has extended its partnership with AVINTIV, the new name for PGI.

UK textile supplier Scott & Fyfe has been named a member of the Composites UK trade association.

The organisers of Composites Europe 2015 have set out the themes for this year’s show, which takes place from 22–24 September in Stuttgart, Germany.

Composites UK has released the names of the shortlisted nominees for its 2015 composites industry awards.

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Key Safety Systems (KSS) has commenced production in a new carbon fiber trim factory at Valle Hermoso, Mexico.

Software developed at Purdue University for modeling composite materials has been commercialized by a US company.

Teijin Limited has opened a Technology Development Center for the research and development of its high performance fibers and composite materials business.

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