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27Apr 18

We hope to see you at NPE2018 (Apr. 30, 2018)

We hope to see you at NPE2018 in Orlando! We hope to see you at the world's leading plastics trade show and conference in Orlando, FL next week! NPE has been a plastics leader for more than 70 years, unequaled in its ability to bring the entire industry together. More than 65,000 plastics professionals will descend on Orlando next week for the premiere plastics trade show of 2018. A full array of products, tools, equipment, materials, and resources will be on display at the Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) in Orlando, Florida next week, from May 7 - May 11, 2018.…

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09Apr 18

US Military turns scrap water bottles into battlefield parts (Apr. 9, 2018)

Turning Plastic Waste into 3-D Printed Parts on the Battlefield   Researchers are developing a mobile recycling center that will allow Soldiers to create 3-D printer filament from plastic waste generated in the field. The goal is to reduce the logistic burden on Soldiers, by giving them the ability to create filament and 3-D print important replacement parts in the field. Click here to visit the U.S. Army's website to learn more about this exciting research project. For additional plastics news, current information, and trends in the industry, contact the plastic experts at JEG at 614-882-1295. 

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27Mar 18

Can Polycarbonate Fight Superbugs? (Mar. 27, 2018)

Polycarbonate's new mission: Killing drug-resistant bacteria As a distinguished research staff member at IBM's Almaden Research Laboratory, James Hedrick (right, Image credit: IBM), was well aware of the growing problem of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, called "superbugs." Since these "superbugs" don't respond to antibiotics, they pose a very serious health threat and can turn something minor, like a scrape, into a death sentence. This threat turned personal for Hedrick in 2016, after he had routine knee surgery.  Following the surgery he felt a sudden, excruciating pain and received emergency hospitalization for an infection.  Hedrick was lucky: his infection responded to medication and…

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