DigiM Solution LLC, a technology leader in microstructure analysis, has received a broad agency award (BAA) from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Normally, synthetic organic polymers are insoluble amorphous or polycrystalline products instead of single crystals.
INEOS has today announced a world first as it has produced ultra-thin, rigid film used for recyclable flexible packaging products made from more than 50% recycled plastic.
ARBURG, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of plastic processing machines, has successfully printed Mechnano’s new Polycarbonate Thermoplastic pellets with static dissipative properties “PC ESD” on their Freeformer line of pellet extrusion Additive Manufacturing printers.
Growing up in China, Yue Yuan stood beneath the world’s largest hydroelectric dam, built to harness the world’s third-longest river.
Argonne scientists are studying the environmental and economic impact of plastic bottles using mechanical, chemical and upcycling recycling approaches.
In a project commissioned by the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO), researchers at Nagoya University in Japan have developed poly(styrenesulfonic acid)-based PEMs with a high density of sulfonic acid groups.
Muscles in the body expand and contract effortlessly when wriggling the toes or lifting groceries. Some polymers are capable of acting as artificial muscles when activated by dangerously high voltages.
Researchers have developed a novel synthetic substance that has the potential to be a more effective and safer way of delivering drugs around the body.
Plastic pollution is a global problem that continues to grow. Over 400 million tons of plastic is produced every year, and each year manufacturers make more than the year before.