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  1. AsiaOne   Sep 08 06:08pm
    Bamboo houses may be evocative of a distant past, but for researchers at Republic Polytechnic (RP) and the Future Cities Laboratory (FCL), they are also the homes of the future. An interdisciplinary research centre focused on sustainable urbanisation, FCL teamed up with RP last year to work on composite materials for buildings and construction use. By combining bamboo with resin, the two parties ...
  2. Daily Mail   Sep 08 07:07am
    The revelations threaten to reopen concerns about the Dreamliner, once branded the ‘aircraft of the future’ by President Barack Obama, but temporarily grounded in 2013 after a series of battery fires.
  3. PhysOrg   Sep 08 05:34am
    For Michael Demkowicz, some of the greatest scientific mysteries and major engineering opportunities lie in everyday materials. "Structural materials are sometimes seen as low-tech," he says. "Who thinks about steel, who thinks about aluminum, who thinks about concrete? But those are probably some of the materials we understand the least."
  4. PRWeb   Sep 08 03:27am
    Precision, durability and performance go on full display (PRWeb September 08, 2014) Read the full story at
  5.   Sep 06 10:36am
    Igus, a global supplier of engineered plastic components headquartered in Cologne, Germany, is going to great lengths—some 100,000 kilometers, in fact—to prove that its dry-running bearings made of advanced composite materials are as good as, or even better than, factory-specified metal and lubricated plastic bearings in automotive applications. Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites read more
  6. Rigzone   Sep 05 02:06pm
    In recent years, the shale revolution has allowed the United States to achieve a level of energy security that would have been thought impossible only a few years ago, while also boosting the labor force through the creation of thousands of direct and indirect jobs.
  7. Sify News   Sep 05 12:46am
    A new research has revealed the creation of "untethered", autonomous soft robot, which can change shape and walk on four legs without the constraints of a tether.
  8. gizmag   Sep 04 11:09pm
    GE is looking to a new generation of carbon-fiber composites to make the fan blades for its GE9X jet engine. That engine is being developed for the Boeing 777X passenger airplanes that are set to enter service in 2020 and the new blades promise to provide larger, lighter engines with greater fuel efficiency... Continue Reading GE's next-generation composite turbine blades to improve aircraft ...
  9. The Bournemouth Daily Echo   Sep 04 06:06pm
    BOURNEMOUTH Airport's main business park is set for an £11m boost.

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