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JEC world 2018 in pictures

The EPPM team was at JEC World 2018 this week where we were blown away by the amazing ways composites are being used to expand the horizons of aerospace, sport, automotive, defence, construction, E&E and dozens more industries. more

9 Mar 2018 12:29 editor's blog

Eventsport presents the next generation of bandy sticks reinforced by TeXtreme more

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The fashion and sportswear industries are leading the way when it comes to utilising recycled plastic materials in new collections. H&M and GRN are just two retailers that are trying to make a difference. more

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The football World Cup, kicking off in Moscow on June 14th 2018, will feature Adidas balls with a bio-rubber from Arlanxeo. more

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Evonik has launched a winter sports high-impact polyamide, Vestamid, on show at Fakuma. more

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Italian flexible plastics producer RadiciGroup is backing its hometown club Atalanta B.C after signing an agreement in Monaco. more

BASF has turned its expanded TPU Infinergy to a cycling application, with an ergonomic saddle. more

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With the Tour de France in full swing, it is important to remember the unsung hero of modern competitive cycling: materials science. more

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The ‘virtually indestructible’ drinks bottle is made from Evonik’s TROGAMID Terra. more

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Puma and Covestro team up for sustainable boot. more

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Young football players have recycled plastic on the pitch, receiving freshly moulded medals to reward their efforts. more

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AKRO-PLASTIC is keeping HTM Sport customers from coming a cropper on the slopes thanks to its extremely rigid fibre technology. more

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Formnext Powered by TCT is about to have its second outing in Frankfurt where it will be bringing the very latest in additive manufacturing machinery, materials and associated technology to Europe. more

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Huntsman's new TPU material for sports footwear will be unveiled on the first day of K2016. more

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Dow

Louise Adhikari, Director, Olympic Engagement & Business Operations, Olympic & Sports Solutions, The Dow Chemical Company

Unbeknownst to spectators, supporters and athletes, Dow's polyurethane technology made the 2016 Olympic Games more comfortable and efficient. The materials science giant gives us the rundown of the part it played in Rio. more

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LANXESS Bayferrox inorganic pigments have helped bring some of the colour and vibrancy the world expects from the Rio Olympic Games. more

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VinylPlus is marking a spectacular summer '16 of sport by publishing a brochure celebrating the vital role PVC has played in producing the iconic sporting venues of the world. more

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Carbon fibre is used in the production of all kinds of sporting equipment, including lacrosse, but what was used before this new material entered the game? EPPM’s Steph Hazlegreaves looks back on the evolution of the lacrosse stick. more

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Nike has designed a super-lightweight sprinting shoe with spikes on the sole using 3D printing to increase the overall chances for Allyson Felix in the 2016 Olympics. more

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May's most-read plastics headlines

We look back on what must have been the fastest May yet to fly past us, with a mixed bag of sustainability, 3D printing, acquisition, sport and innovation news to jog your memories. more

31 May 2016 12:16 editor's blog

HP Fusion 3D Printing Sprocet

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