An Oak Ridge National Laboratory-developed advanced manufacturing technology, AMCM, was recently licensed by Orbital Composites and enables the rapid production of composite-based components, which could accelerate the decarbonization of vehicles, airplanes and drones.
Stéphane Faucher and Pascale Sénéchal, research engineers at the DMEX Center for X-ray Imaging. Image Credit: TESCAN
The aviation industry is increasingly using biocomposite materials in its components to mitigate their environmental impact.
Swiss sustainable lightweighting company Bcomp will be unveiling the flax fibre-based bodywork for Japan’s Super Formula race series at JEC World 2023.
A team of UCR electrical engineers and material scientists demonstrated a research breakthrough that may result in wide-ranging advancements in electrical, optical, and computer technologies.
Recently, at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, a new piece of equipment was installed, which brings the newest technology in additive manufacturing to campus.
Carbon nanotubes are a novel material that is 100 times stronger than steel while only one-fourth its weight, and have electrical conductivity as high as that of copper.
Scientists at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) have demonstrated a technique for three-dimensional (3D)-printing an ink that comprises calcium carbonate-generating bacteria.
Lambient Technologies LLC, the leader in precision measurement solutions for the curing of advanced composite materials, announces the launch of the Carbon+™ sensor for use with carbon fiber composites.
Scientists from Russia and China have reviewed current progress in the synthesis of bacterial cellulose-based nanocomposites and their potential applications. Their findings have been published in the journal Polymers.