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Futurity.org – To treat cystic fibrosis, drug mimics HIV

Tuesday, May 7th, 2013 | Permalink

“While cystic fibrosis patients are our initial target and a very high-priority target, we also could look at infections associated with burns or indwelling medical devices , such as venous catheters. “We could even look to the biodefense realm, in terms of a rapid, handheld nebulizer treatment that soldiers could use in the case of exposure to a bioterrorism agent.” The researchers have taken out several US and international … Follow Futurity. RSS feeds Facebook Twitter …

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Sumitomo Demag to focus on packaging at Feiplastic 2013

Wednesday, April 24th, 2013 | Permalink

An all-electric, high-speed SE 280 HSZ machine will the be offering of choice from Sumitomo Demag as it runs an inmold labeling application at its stand during Feiplastic 2013 (May 20-24; São Paulo, Brazil) as part of the company’s overall presentation as a full-range supplier in packaging. Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites Issue Date:  PT – April 2013 Keywords:  Sumitomo Demag Feiplastic 2013 read more

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Heat and impact resistance of bioplastic significantly enhanced

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013 | Permalink

Technology to significantly enhance the heat and impact resistance of a high-performance bio-polycarbonate resin has been developed by its Japanese supplier. Teijin Limited (Tokyo) has modified the molecular design of its Planext polymer to achieve greatly improved heat resistance with a glass-transition temperature of 120°C, as well as superior resistance to impact. Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites Issue Date:  PT – April 2013 Keywords:  Teijin Planext bio-polycarbonate read more

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Eastman: Fiber laser welding will boost medical role of copolyesters

Friday, March 1st, 2013 | Permalink

Use of high-performance fiber lasers introduced at NPE 2012 may significantly advance use of a variety of clear plastics in medical applications, such as fluid bags now made from polyvinyl chloride. Eastman Chemical announced at MD&M West held in Anaheim, CA last month that the technology developed by IPG Photonics (Oxford, MA) has significant potential for advancing its clear copolyester plastics. Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites Keywords:  medical plastics Eastman IPG Photonics read more

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Nampak Plastics looks to lightweight the milk industry

Thursday, February 21st, 2013 | Permalink

Nampak Plastics , a UK producer of plastic milk bottles, says it has created the world’s lightest four-pint high density polyethylene (HDPE) bottle. The bottle, which comes in a 32g four-pint, represents a 20% material savings on the standard four-pint version found in most supermarkets today, which weigh about 40g, according to Nampak. This lightweight bottle is currently undergoing trials with a number of Nampak’s customers. Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites Keywords:  plastics packaging HDPE milk lightweighting bottles read more

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