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Innovative solar energy applications point the way forward

Most people no longer ask whether solar energy will be a success; the question is rather which forms of photovoltaic technology and system types will be successful. The total global installed PV capacity is fast approaching 100 GW, up from 1.5 GW in 2000 to 89.5 GW at the...

source: By Don Rosato
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Manufacturers in the various electrical/electronic sectors can...

source: By Don Rosato

Doctors at Peking University have successfully implanted the first 3-D printed vertebrae in a young patient. The patient, a 12-year-old boy, had a malignant tumor in his spinal cord. After hours of specialized spinal cord surgery, doctors replaced a section of cancerous...

source: Forbes

Stefano Farris is an assistant professor in the department of food, environmental and nutritional sciences at the University of Milan, Italy. His research group designs and develops high-performance materials. Currently, they are researching how to develop new materials...

source: Royal Society of Chemistry

BMW's extensive use of carbon fiber-reinforced plastic in its i-series vehicles has prompted the development of ways to recycle unused material. BMW's all-electric i3 and the hybrid i8 represent the first mass-production vehicles with carbon fiber-intensive construction....

source: Plastics News

Advancements in medical implants have often looked to material science for more robust solutions. Now a team from Louisiana Tech University has developed a novel technique for creating custom medical implants using 3-D printers....

source: AZoM.com

An article published in The Spine Journal examines polyurethane materials use in spine surgery. The study authors conducted a systematic review of information from all sources concerning polyurethane use in spine devices, including literature...

source: Becker's Healthcare


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