News - 14 Aug 2006
In a little lab on the campus of Montana State University, John Mandell, Dan Samborsky, and scores of students, have been breaking things to advance the field of wind energy.
News - 4 Mar 2005
A program developed by Russian scientists under support from the International Science and Technology Center (Project 1917) helps to protect spacecraft from orbital debris that rushes at great speed,...
News - 15 Jun 2004
New valve technologies for car engines could make a real difference in terms of fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emissions. With some expert help from Chinese friends, researchers have breathed new...
News - 14 Mar 2019
At this year’s JEC World, the largest trade fair for composites held from March 12-14, 2019, in Paris, SGL Carbon will focus on smart solutions for the automotive industry. In hall 6 at stand...
Article - 7 Jan 2019
This article discusses the driving force behind the rising demand of technical ceramics in the medical industry.
Article - 18 Jan 2017
In 1994, Strongwell’s vinyl ester pultruded grating, DURAGRID® VE, was installed on a large metropolitan bridge in Camden. New Jersey.
Article - 31 Aug 2016
The use of IR and Raman spectroscopy-based techniques has been useful in the analysis of the chemical processes in lithium batteries.
Article - 14 Apr 2015
Best known in the form of the ever-present white piping seen in basements of buildings, the domestic use of Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) could be considered a double-edged sword.
Article - 25 Nov 2013
Materials scientists are constantly working at developing stronger and better materials for various industries.
Article - 19 Oct 2013
Rising fuel costs and increasing environmental impact are the key challenges faced by the aerospace industry, thus necessitating weight reductions to achieve improved fuel efficiency. OEMs have cost...