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March 27, 2009Fresh from changing its name earlier this week to the Society of Chemical Manufacturers and Affiliates, Socma has disclosed that it plans to accommodate a greater number of companies...
March 22, 2009A. Schulman says it has signed a joint development agreement to incorporate nanocomposites produced by nanoScience Engineering (West Bloomfield, MI) into its polymer products...
March 12, 2009Under the terms of the agreement, Zyvex will provide the chemistry and nanotubes, and PolyOne will compound the nanotubes with "a variety" of engineering plastics....
March 10, 2009NanoSEC's nanocomposite technology improves the barrier properties, strength, and heat and flame resistance of polymers....
March 9, 2009Decreasing cost and the ability of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) to increase nonflammability while enhancing material strength and electrostatic dicharge effects will drive its increasing use in flame retardant products, according to a recent report by Frost & Sullivan (Mumbai)....
March 9, 2009Carbon nanotubes make aluminum nearly as strong as steel but half as heavy....
January 16, 2009Privately owned start up Catalyx Nanotech (Anaheim, CA), a producer of nanomaterials from renewable resources, says it plans to commercialize a technology to generate...
December 15, 2008The National Research Council, a division of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences (NAS; Washington), says there are serious gaps in the government’s plan for assessing risks...
December 12, 2008George Washington University (GW; Washington) says it will establish the GW Institute for Nanotechnology, which will draw on expertise from several disciplines, including chemistry...
December 5, 2008George Washington University (GW; Washington) says it will establish the GW Institute for Nanotechnology, which will draw on expertise from multidisciplines, including chemistry and...