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Published: 1/22/2019

SABIC Acquires Majority Stake in Carbon Nanotube Business for Energy Storage Applications
Company confirms it is also examining this proprietary technology in various materials and applications.

Published: 11/20/2018

Several 'Firsts' Characterize Winners of SPE Auto Innovation Awards
With the addition of an ‘additive manufacturing’ category, the winners of all nine categories exemplify continued innovation and transferability in the use of plastics.

Published: 5/1/2018

First PE Blown Films with Graphite Nanotubes Launched in China
These anti-static PE films containing OCSIAL's nanotubes are made by a electronic products packaging manufacturer. 

Published: 2/19/2018

Ferromagnetic Nanoparticles Lead Quest for Reversible Adhesives
  Promising research on reversible multi-material adhesive bonds could prove game changing in auto industry.  

Published: 12/5/2017

EPA Green Lights Nanodiamond Imports
First company is granted registration to import nanodiamonds, which have been shown to significantly boost thermal and mechanical performance of polymers.

Published: 8/21/2017

‘Engineering’ Plastic Structure for Thermal Conductivity
U. of Michigan researchers’ process is a major departure from past approaches to rendering thermal conductivity to plastics.

Published: 6/21/2017

Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes Stay Put
OCSiAI’s test results with HDPE, epoxy, and elastomers show no release of particles when materials are mechanically stressed.

Published: 8/24/2016

Carbodeon to Expand Nanodiamonds Business
Nanodiamonds have commercially joined the arsenal of thermally-conductive fillers, with applications underway.

Published: 2/17/2016

Search Right Here for Resins, Additives
Resins and additives. They are the ties that bind all plastics processors. Regardless of whether you are injection molding gears, blow molding ducts, or extruding film, you need your hoppers filled with material.

Published: 12/2/2015

The Promise of "4D Printing"
MIT scientist is shaping the next development to 3D printing: 4D printing, where the fourth dimension is time.