New STEM learning program for middle-school educators and students aims to inspire interest in engineering careers before high-school
Shell International B.V. and GE Additive unveiled the results of a joint design and engineering project – an additively manufactured oxygen hydrogen micromixer.
Engel is expanding its cooperation with the KIMW institute (Kunststoff-Institut Lüdenscheid) in the training area.
Schools, colleges, universities, independent training centres and OEM training facilities can all benefit from a new Fanuc educational package that combines the company’s machine tool and collaborative robot technologies.
Detergent bottles are frequently manufactured using recycled plastic; however, as far as higher value-added applications are concerned, these recyclates have yet to be deployed on a large scale.
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The laboratory base of the R&D Center was recently updated by new equipment. One of the main acquisitions was a Shimadzu universal testing machine of a desktop type with an increased traverse travel for carrying out physical and mechanical tests of various materials. The equipment was installed in November.
The opening of an extension building sees the Fraunhofer Pilot Plant Centre for Polymer Synthesis and Processing PAZ in Schkopau, Germany, strengthen its research into and development of lightweight applications using thermoplastic composites.
A breakthrough in the market for non-chemical treatment of process water in Bauer WT Systems technology
The Faculty of Environmental Engineering and Energy Technology in the Cracow University of Technology at the commission of VGT Polska Spółka z o.o. with the financial support of EU as part of Regional Operational Programme for Małopolskie Voivodeship.
Nanofabrica, manufacturer of 3D printers for precision engineering, invites researchers, doctors and manufacturers to harness its manufacturing capabilities to develop COVID19 related medical devices and solutions.
Strong and tough yet as light as a feather - materials with this exceptional combination of properties are urgently needed in many industrial sectors and in medicine, as well as being of great interest for scientific research
Plastics in our waste streams are breaking down into tiny particles, causing potentially catastrophic consequences for human health and our aquatic systems, finds research from the University of Surrey and Deakin’s Institute for Frontier Materials.