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Reinforced Plastics features, January 2015

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Laurie Winkless considers the role of carbon nanotubes in the fiber-reinforced composites market.

Composites come together

In the future, composites will incorporate electronic and optoelectronic functionality and tailorability into structural components.

Advanced lowweight composites are key enabler for wind farm service vessels (WFSVs).

School safety is now a common consideration for educational facilities throughout the US.

JEC has revealed the winners of its Innovation Awards, which take place in JEC Americas, Houston, USA, in June.

For the B53 high-performance all-carbon racer/cruiser, Formax worked with Gold Coast Yachts to develop custom multiaxial fabrics which enabled the boat bui

A safe, long lasting new GRP flat roofing system was specified for an entrance at London’s famous King’s Cross Station.

With the use of fiber reinforced polymer set to rocket in the automotive industry, Stella Job asks whether the same is possible for ships.

The association of composite companies and research institutes Carbon Composites e.V. has produced its fifth annual review of the global carbon fibre reinf

The search for viable alternatives to autoclaves has been underway for some time. George Marsh assesses where progress has reached and finds that some high

The search for viable alternatives to autoclaves has been underway for some time. George Marsh assesses where progress has reached and finds that some high

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