3D Printing Smart Clothes with a New Liquid Metal-Alginate Ink

“Liquid Metal Microgels for Three-Dimensional Printing of Smart Electronic Clothes” ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces In the future, smart clothing might monitor our posture, communicate with...

Leslie Case Joins the Interstate Plastics Team as Sales Development Manager

  SACRAMENTO, California, November 2, 2020 – Interstate Plastics is pleased to announce Leslie Case as the Interstate Plastics Team's newest member. Leslie has accepted...

Seeing More Deeply into Nanomaterials

New 3D imaging tool reveals engineered and self-assembled nanoparticle lattices with highest resolution yet—7nm—about 1/100,000 of the width of a human hair UPTON, NY—From designing...

Steve Gugger Joins Interstate Plastics as Seattle Branch Manager

  Interstate Plastics is happy to announce and introduce Steve Gugger as the new Branch Manager for its Kent, Washington location near Seattle. Steve comes...

When Atoms Get Out of Line

Author Rebecca McDonald How materials are impacted by the extreme conditions of a nuclear reactor The inside of a nuclear reactor is a treacherous place. Neutrons, escaping from unstable, radioactive atoms, collide with neighboring atoms, causing...

Interstate Plastics Offers Long-Lasting Suntop® Polycarbonate Outdoor Roofing Solutions

The Suntop® polycarbonate roofing system is durable enough for outdoor applications, including patio and deck covers, pergolas, canopies, sheds, and carports. Suntop® Polycarbonate Outdoor Roofing...

Leaf-inspired bioplastic shrugs off liquids and biodegrades in soil

By Ben Coxworth February 09, 2022 If you're designing a plastic for applications such as food packaging, you want it to stay clean but you don't want it to...

Perovskite solar modules with a marble look

  From 2022, photovoltaics will be mandatory for all new buildings in Baden-Württemberg. From May, this will also affect private households, where the proportion of...

RESEARCHERS EXPLORE NEW POLYMERS FOR 3D PRINTING CARTILAGE

Researchers from the University of Coimbra have released a new study exploring the potential of different polymers for 3D printing cartilage for biomedical applications. The...

3D printing produces cartilage from strands of bioink

Strands of cow cartilage substitute for ink in a 3D bioprinting process that may one day create cartilage patches for worn out joints, according...