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Scientists at Montreal Clinical Research Institute have discovered that a protein called AXL influences metastasis of HER2-positive breast cancer, which accounts for about 20 percent of breast cancers.

source: FierceBiotech

The 3-D printing world is abuzz with the latest news about Arevo Inc.’s new bicycle. Sculpteo debuted their concept for a 3-D printed bike at CES 2017. It features fully interchangeable parts, and 70 percent of them are built on the Sculpteo platform.

source: Edgy Labs

High-density data could one day be stored in fabric patches embedded in people’s clothing, say scientists at the University of Washington. Importantly, it wouldn’t require electricity, so the smart-fabric could be washed or ironed just like regular clothing....

source: Network World

In the last issue of Textile World, Part 1 of “2018 State Of The U.S. Technical Textiles Industry,” looked at economic and trade factors impacting the sector. Part 2 focuses on specific segments of the industry including automotive, military and law enforcement...

source: Textile World

Material lightweighting without compromising mechanical integrity is vital as automotive manufacturers look to improve fuel economy and battery range for electrification. Metals, although lightweight, can come with indirect...

source: Plastics Today

Recently, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved the design for Boeing’s folding CFRP wingtips that will be incorporated the company two 777X aircraft variants, the 777-8 and 777-9. The technology is expected to...

source: Composites Manufacturing


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