By leveraging advanced materials, 3D printing, and automation, the Mighty Buildings startup thinks it can have a meaningful impact on the shortage of affordable housing. Investors seem to agree.
High-gloss emblems, both jet black and white, are a current trend in the automotive industry.
Virginia Tech research focuses on a completely biodegradable material that can replace traditional films used to cover crops and mulch.
The recognition from the Association of Plastic Recyclers (APR) allows companies to confidently use COC to enhance performance of recyclable products.
Fluorine technologies pioneer Daikin Industries has become a shareholder in OCSiAl, which accounts for 97% of the world’s graphene nanotube production capacity, in the $2 billion deal.
The technical report from the Plastics Pipe Institute lists the resistance levels to some 600 chemicals of most plastics used in piping applications.
The startup’s biomaterials are used in medical procedures involving wounds and burns as well as in hydro-active skincare treatments.
The bioresorbable 4Degra material developed by 4D Biomaterials can be printed in an open-cell honeycomb structure for medical implantable devices that gradually erode as natural tissue grows back.