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K 2013: Drug-releasing absorbable foam

Thursday, August 22nd, 2013 | Permalink

Institut für Kunststoffverarbeitung (IKV; Hall 14 C 16) and RWTH Aachen IKV have developed a carrier system for treatment of overactive bladder, which they will discuss at K 2013. The microsphere drug-delivery system (DDS) they devised consists of a drug-loaded polymer matrix that is embedded in a foamed absorbable carrier system. The DDS is directly placed into the urinary bladder, and the drug release is controlled by the degradation of the carrier system. Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites Issue Date:  PT – August 2013 Keywords:  IKV K 2013 drug delivery system drug eluting read more

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Carbon fiber reinforced carbon helps automakers process steel

Friday, March 1st, 2013 | Permalink

A new type of carbon fiber reinforced graphite material designed for industrial heat treatment applications comprises comprising a graphite matrix and reinforcing fibers made of carbon. The carbon fiber reinforced carbon (CFRC) is a high-strength composite said to be ideal for use in high-temperature processes requiring lightweight and temperature resistant materials such as the heat treatment of steel components for the automotive and aerospace industry or the coating of silicon wafers in the photovoltaic industry. Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites read more

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In-tool polymerization realizes continuous fiber-reinforced composites

Tuesday, February 12th, 2013 | Permalink

Continuous fiber-reinforced composites with thermoplastic matrix resins are very well suited for use in automotive manufacturing. However, to manufacture them is complicated. A new approach involving in-mold polymerization of the matrix resin developed by the Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology ICT (Pfinztal, Germany) and Engel Austria GmbH (Schwertberg) now reportedly makes it possible to use the injection molding process. Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites read more

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My car ships with crapware – Scott Hanselman

Tuesday, April 10th, 2012 | Permalink

@Scott: not all medical devices lack innovation. Check http ://www.brainlab.com and their products – they make some mean and lean touch-3D-Matrix-style totally hi-tech stuff, basically making it possible to plant someone a …

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My car ships with crapware – Scott Hanselman