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Molecule order in polymer chains controlled

Researchers at Hiroshima University have developed a method that regulates the order molecules take when they form long chain polymers. Kathryn Allen reports.

No more scratches

A double discovery could lead to scratchproof cars and a cheaper alternative to diamonds used in electronics, as Ellis Davies reports.

Where’s the next generation of packaging technologists?

At the Packaging Innovations 2017 event, held at Olympia, London, from 13-14 September, a range of companies and people gathered to dissect the latest developments in the industry. However, there was also a focus on the future, as Gary Peters reports.

The plane in the living room

Two brothers from Bath created a business in 2012 that turns plane scrap into custom-made furniture

One injection, many doses

A new 3D fabrication method could allow polymer microparticles to administer multiple drug doses from just one injection.

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