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  • 02-21-2018

    Tests Prove HDPE's Recycling Properties

    A Further Step towards Sustainability

    ESE World has carried out the first practical experiment to demonstrate that HDPE can be recycled at least 10 times and further processed under controlled conditions.   more

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  • 02-07-2018

    From Greenhouse Gases to Plastics

    Using Copper to Convert CO2 to Ethylene

    A group of researchers, led by the University of Toronto Ted Sargent group, discovered a new catalyst for recycling carbon dioxide.   more

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  • 01-31-2018

    Changing the Color of 3D Printed Objects

    Custom Ink and Ultraviolet Light

    Researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology present ColorFab, a method for repeatedly changing the colors of 3D printed objects, after fabrication.   more

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  • 01-25-2018

    Biodegradable Microplastic Alternatives

    Beech Wood as Abrasive

    The Fraunhofer Institute for Microstructure of Materials and Systems IMWS and its partners have tested materials that can replace microplastics in cosmetic products and are biodegradable.   more

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  • 01-17-2018

    From Tree to Structural Foam

    BioEconomy Develops Sustainable Plastics from Biomaterials

    In the framework of a research project of the leading-edge BioEconomy cluster, the Fraunhofer IMWS institute developed plastics out of biomass. The researchers obtained sustainable biopolymers on a tall oil basis.   more

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  • 01-10-2018

    Higher Efficiency in Fiber Lightweight Construction

    Weaving Local Reinforcements into Textiles

    High production costs have been an obstacle to broad implementation of fiber composite materials in industry, until today. A recent project has developed knowledge and skills to enable application of the Open Reed Weaving technique on a large scale.   more

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  • 01-03-2018

    Identifying Microplastics with Fluorescent Dye

    99% of Ocean Microplastics Still Undetected

    A new method, developed by researchers at the University of Warwick, can detect microplastics as small as the width of a human hair, using a fluorescent dye.   more

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  • 12-15-2017

    Transparent, Abrasion-Resistant and Highly Hydrophobic

    Transparent Coatings for Everyday Applications

    Researchers from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) have created Fluoropor, a material that is both transparent and abrasion-resistant and that consists of a fluorinated polymer foam with continuous nano/micro-structure.   more

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  • 12-06-2017

    Laboratory in a Plastic Bag

    Plasma Functionalizes Film Surface

    With LabBag, Fraunhofer researchers have developed an all-in-one system in the form of a transparent bag that provides a cheap, fast and sterile way to grow, differentiate and freeze stem cells.   more

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  • 11-29-2017

    Printing "Free-Floating" 3D Parts

    Support Free with the “TwoCure” Process

    The Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT and Rapid Shape GmbH are working together to further develop resin-based 3D printing.   more

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