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The Materials Innovation Challenge launched by 401 Tech Bridge offers businesses of all sizes the opportunity to leverage research, validation, and testing resources to accelerate the development of advanced materials and technologies.
Academic researchers, in collaboration with Australia’s Department of Defence, have developed lightweight panels made of electrochromic polymers that change color in response to an electric field and blend in with their environment.
Materials supplier Trinseo and German packaging company Fernholz have collaborated on the development and commercialization of a new grade of post-consumer recycled polystyrene for form-fill-seal formulations.
The Radici InNova consortium is tasked with developing research and innovation projects for the chemicals, high-performance polymers, and advanced textiles sectors in accordance with the RadiciGroup’s sustainability strategy.