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Wires and supercapacitors constructed inside living plants
In November 2015, the research group presented results showing that they had caused roses to absorb a conducting polymer solution. Conducting hydrogel formed in the rose's stem in the form of wires. With an electrode at each end and a gate in the middle, a fully functional transistor was created. The results were recently presented in Science Advances. One member of the group, Assistant Professor Roger Gabrielsson, has now developed a material specially designed for this application. The material polymerizes inside the rose without any external trigger. The innate fluid that flows inside the rose contributes to create long, conducting threads, not only in the stem but also throughout the plant, out into the leaves and petals....
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Water-repellent nanotextures found to have excellent anti-fogging abilities
Cone-shaped nanotextures could prevent fog condensation on surfaces in humid environments, including for power generation and transportation applications. Some insect bodies have evolved the abilities to repel water and oil, adhere to different surfaces, and eliminate light reflections. Scientists have been studying the physical mechanisms underlying these remarkable properties found in nature and mimicking them to design materials for use in everyday life....
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SYNLawn® Introduces New Biobased Synthetic Turf
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, UNITED STATES, February 28, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ -- SYNLawn is paving the way for the future by introducing a new biobased and environmentally renewable polyethylene (PE) product made from Brazilian sugar cane that is sustainably grown under some of the strictest environmental, social, and industrial practices in the world. ...
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Nestle and Danone teaming on bio-based PET bottles
The world’s two largest bottled water companies are teaming up with a California firm to work on commercial-scale production of containers made of 100 percent bio-based PET. The new effort, called the NaturALL Bottle Alliance, brings together Nestlé SA and Danone along with Origin Materials of West Sacramento, Calif. Coca-Cola Co. has made its PlantBottle, which contains up to 30 percent plant material, famous in recent years. Coke worked with other partners on experimental production of bottles with 100 percent bio-based content. But the new alliance sees a future with commercial production of bottles made from 100 percent renewable PET.
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Improved polymer and new assembly method for ultra-conformable 'electronic tattoo' devices
Researchers have developed processes and materials for ultrathin devices using SBS elastomeric film, achieving ease of production, high elasticity and flexibility fifty times better than previously reported polymer nanosheets. Production of circuits with a household type inkjet printer, without the need for clean room conditions, along with fixing of electronic components without soldering promise to greatly increase wearing comfort and to radically lower barriers to manufacturing......
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A low-cost, hand-powered paper centrifuge
Researchers developed a lightweight, ultralow-cost centrifuge based on an ancient toy. The “paperfuge” can separate blood components in less than 2 minutes. The hand-powered device highlights how creative design can be used to make diagnostic tools for use in global settings with limited resources...
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'Gyroid' shapes offer potential for future structural plastics
Massachusetts Institute of Technology researcher developed a potential new structural plastic using 3-D printers and graphene. Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have discovered new ways to use complex geometry to make strong, lightweight shapes that might be useful as structural materials for airplanes, automobiles and buildings.
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'Gyroid' shapes offer potential for future structural plastics
Massachusetts Institute of Technology researcher developed a potential new structural plastic using 3-D printers and graphene. Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have discovered new ways to use complex geometry to make strong, lightweight shapes that might be useful as structural materials for airplanes, automobiles and buildings.
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Internet of Things: The Implications for IP Law Practice
Up until now, many IP practitioners have focused on protecting the physical – devices, structures, the configuration of physical systems, physical outputs, the operation of physical systems and physical connections. In Industry 4.0, however, focus needs to remain on the foregoing but thought also needs to be invested in IP protection for methodologies, the configuration of virtual components, data handling and storage, processing algorithms, user interfaces/experiences, methods of use and brand recognition.

The IoT presents a challenge to IP practitioners to adapt existing IP protection strategies by developing new approaches better suited to the rapidly changing, connected-yet-disconnected network of innovations forming the IoT. By opening communications and application programming interfaces (APIs) to more and more collaborator-yet-competitor devices, innovators (i.e., clients) must carefully guard their IP while at the same time facilitating interoperability and security among connected devices. Below, we present the adaptation of some existing strategies as well as thoughts on new strategies for IP protection in the interoperable world of the IoT....
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Twinkle, Twinkle Little Pigment
Merck KGaA in Darmstadt, Germany launched Ronastar Frozen Jewel (INCI not available), a silver premium pearl luster pigment, which complements the Ronastar range with a frosty shine and hiding power. The new pigment imparts a silver sparkle to premium cosmetics and high-quality body care products. The Ronastar Frozen Jewel consists of smooth glass platelets—inorganic calcium-aluminum borosilicate—coated with multiple layers of metal oxides. The particles consist of a size ranging from 20 μm to 200 μm, providing a high reflection of incoming light and measurably stronger than other effect pigments with similar product properties....
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3 Global Sun Care Trends Driving Growth Through 2020
As consumers actively seek out effective and reliable sun care products, three trends have emerged that Technavio predicts will help grow the market through 2020: product innovations through technological advancement, demand for private label brands and use of nanotech­nology in product development.... - See more.....
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5 Drivers of Multicultural Skin Care
North American women are a blended palette of races, cultures and traditions. Beauty regimens in the region are as diverse as the women themselves, with skin tone, cultural heritage, socioeco­nomics and age all part of the equation. - See more.....
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5 (and a half) packaging trends of 2016
As we count down the days left in 2016, and before we look ahead to next year’s trends, let’s take a look at what we predicted would drive many of your packaging decisions in the last 12 months—from ecommerce needs and the influence of Millennials to the digital revolution and personalization.

Of the dozens of packaging trends that we’ve published at PackagingDigest.com over the last year, here are the ones that scored the highest with the global packaging community, based on page views. We start with our No.5 trend and work our way up to No.1.

Why five and a half trends, you may ask? We covered trends in food and beverage packaging in two separate articles, each of which got a lot of attention as the No.1 and No.2 articles in this list. So I figured two articles about the same one topic should be worth 1.5 trends. (This is how some editors do math, by the way, in case you ever wondered.)....
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Patented bag design zips ahead with prototypes and more
Prototypes are made of the Zipspout bag, the new name for the Easy Pour bag from inventor Alan Olan that optimizes pouring by locating the pour-spout on the side of the bag rather than the top. We first met inventor Alan Olin of Olin Design Group in an article published last June, A 90-degree twist on reclosable packaging, his optimized, patented design for reclosable packaging that places the reclosure on the side of the package rather than the top. Olin recently informed us that he had prototypes of five Zipspout design variations created along with other updates on his path to commercialization......
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Mintel: Asia-Pacific market is being shaped by four key ‘mega-trends'
By RJ Whitehead 05-Apr-2016 Last updated on 06-Apr-2016 at 08:01 GMT; Healthier alternatives, brand story, visual eating and changing lifestyles describe the four key food and drink trends in Asia-Pacific, according to market intelligence agency Mintel. “ These food and drink trends explore how consumers’ evolving priorities, advancements in functional formulation, and the almost inescapable reach of technology will affect food and drink ,” said Avanthi Ravindran, senior trend and innovation consultant at Mintel Southeast Asia and India. These four key “ mega-trends ” are likely to shape Asia-Pacific food and beverage innovation in the coming year and develop further over the next three to five years, she said.
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The 25 Best Inventions of 2016
Every year, TIME selects the best inventions that are making the world better, smarter and—in some cases—a little more fun. In the past, we’ve featured everything from the real-life hoverboard to the desktop DNA lab. Here’s which ones made this year’s unranked list....
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Toyota says new technology means longer battery life
Toyota Motor Corp. has developed a new way of observing the movements of tiny particles in batteries used to power electric vehicles—an advance it says will help boost their cruise range by 10 percent to 15 percent. Toyota engineer Hisao Yamashige explained to reporters Thursday at the Japanese automaker's Tokyo office the complex method for tracking the lithium ions, which are tiny particles in lithium-ion batteries, also used in laptops and smartphones. The ions' movements, which are extremely hard to detect, are critical in determining the efficiency and power of a battery.....
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What is the Internet of Things and Why does it Matter?
Given the media hype surrounding the Fourth Industrial Revolution, many IP practitioners probably have been afraid to ask aloud: “What is the Internet of Things and what does ‘going digital’ even mean!?” Like many corporate buzzwords and flavors du jour, we sometimes are afraid to ask the basic questions out of the fear of looking or sounding stupid! Well, we all know the old adage — the only stupid question is the one that goes unasked. Even better, former Secretary of State Colin Powell is famous for saying, “there is no such thing as a stupid question, only stupid answers!” While this series is not intended to be an engineering textbook on the IoT and its constituent technologies, we will attempt a non-stupid (albeit brief) answer to some very smart questions.....
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For wearable electronic devices, NIST shows plastic holes are golden
In science, sometimes the best discoveries come when you're exploring something else entirely. That's the case with recent findings from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), where a research team has come up with a way to build safe, nontoxic gold wires onto flexible, thin plastic film. Their demonstration potentially clears the path for a host of wearable electronic devices that monitor our health....
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NASA on the hunt for space poop geniuses
When you've got to go, but you're out there in space, zipped up in a spacesuit, with no toilet in sight and a crew of other astronauts around, what do you do? NASA has launched a contest for inventors to solve this uncomfortable issue, and promises to award $30,000 to the best "space poop" solutions. Inventors have until December 20 to submit designs for a personalized waste-wicking system that will handle everything, hands-free, for a period of up to six days.....


   
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