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MIT Researchers Develop Tissue Simulant Gels to Protect Brain Against Severe Impacts

MIT Researchers Develop Tissue Simulant Gels to Protect Brain Against Severe Impacts

MIT researchers are producing novel synthetic polymer-solvent gels known as tissue simulant gels, which simulate the response of real, natural tissues. [More]
Coperion Debuts STS Twin Screw Compounding Extruders at Chinaplas 2015

Coperion Debuts STS Twin Screw Compounding Extruders at Chinaplas 2015

The next generation of Coperion’s STS twin screw extruders is making its world public debut at Chinaplas 2015 (Guangzhou / PR China, May 20-23, 2015). The new STS Mc11 series features an increase in torque from 10 to 11.3 Nm/cm³ and for the first time is part of Coperion’s industry-proven ZSK MEGAcompounder method patent. [More]
PI Introduces Q-614 Miniature Rotation Positioning System for Micromanipulation Applications

PI Introduces Q-614 Miniature Rotation Positioning System for Micromanipulation Applications

The Q-614 rotation positioning systems from PI miCos are small and feature high position resolution. [More]
Ipsen Improves Customer Support with New Aftermarket Support Helpline

Ipsen Improves Customer Support with New Aftermarket Support Helpline

When it comes to thermal processing, success often depends on minimizing costly downtime and keeping heat-treating equipment running at its best. [More]
CPI Joins UK Based Collaboration to Drive Commercialisation of Improved Powder Based Consumer Products

CPI Joins UK Based Collaboration to Drive Commercialisation of Improved Powder Based Consumer Products

The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) has announced that they are part of an £18 million UK based collaboration to drive the commercialisation of new and improved powder based consumer products. [More]
Chinaplas 2015: ProTec Polymer Processing to Highlight New Generation of SSP Tumble Reactors for Material Treatment

Chinaplas 2015: ProTec Polymer Processing to Highlight New Generation of SSP Tumble Reactors for Material Treatment

At this year's Chinaplas from May 20 to 23 in Guangzhou/China, ProTec Polymer Processing will present efficient and economical plant engineering solutions for material treatment of plastics. The highlights of the presentation are the completely revised new generation of the ProTec tumble reactor for selectively improving the properties of free-flowing plastics and the pultrusion technology used to manufacture long-fiber reinforced thermoplastics (LFT). [More]
KROHNE Collaborates to Create E-Learning Resource on Functional Safety in the Process Industry

KROHNE Collaborates to Create E-Learning Resource on Functional Safety in the Process Industry

The companies TÜV NORD, KROHNE, SAMSON and PHOENIX CONTACT have published a jointly created eLearning on Functional Safety (SIL). [More]
Carbon3D Presents its Novel CLIP Technology to Revolutionize 3D Printing

Carbon3D Presents its Novel CLIP Technology to Revolutionize 3D Printing

Carbon3D presented their novel approach to polymer-based 3D printing at the TED conference. It is believed that polymer-based 3D printing will pave the way for the industry to move forward from simple prototyping to 3D manufacturing. [More]
Scientists Develop Superior Flexible Solar Cell Modules and Transparent Electrodes

Scientists Develop Superior Flexible Solar Cell Modules and Transparent Electrodes

Scientists from the Empa-led EU project 'TREASORES', have demonstrated novel silver-based transparent electrodes and prototype flexible solar cell modules that are capable of performing better than materials that are currently being used. [More]
XENON Launches S-5100 Wide-Width Roll-to-Roll Sintering Solution for Printed Electronics

XENON Launches S-5100 Wide-Width Roll-to-Roll Sintering Solution for Printed Electronics

XENON Corporation, the world leader in Pulsed Light, has introduced the S-5100 Wide-Width Sintering System, the industry's first wide-width roll-to-roll sintering solution for printed electronics production applications. "This is a milestone for the printed electronics industry," said Lou Panico, CEO of XENON. "For the first time, manufacturers can sinter metallic inks over a large area, right in the web press production line." [More]