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Though in infancy, and used for niche applications, bioplastics have started to achieve a considerable degree of commercial success over the past few years. Innovations and increased production capacity will combine to enhance the properties of bioplastics, boost availability and lower price, making them more competitive with conventional polymers. Growth will be compounded with a desire to decrease dependence on foreign oil and an effort by manufacturers to enhance sustainability. To know about the factors impacting growth of bioplastics, applications, growth regions, etc, read
With technology developments amid strong competition in place, customers are increasingly asking for more efficient equipment even as they place higher quality requirements on end products. Newer extruders offer integrated flexibility, rapid delivery and low cost amid increasing cost of energy and resources and less available space. Read more in
Rising oil prices, rising consumer consciousness and improving economics of production have heralded commercialization of bioplastics. However, bioplastics continue to be impacted by factors such as quality, economic viability and scale of operation. To know more about the widely used bioplastics, their global capacity, the forerunners and the laggards, challenges faced by the processes and products, read
India is a large producer of agricultural products. Irrigation resources are limited and the water use efficiency as well as agricultural productivity is low. The depleting water level and water scarcity has created a demand for Micro Irrigation System, which is expected to drive the market. Domestic and foreign participation has been continuously increasing as they compete for a sizeable share of un-irrigated land in India with high profit opportunities. To know more about the various methods of Micro Irrigation and their potential in India, read
A lithium-ion battery that can be painted onto virtually any surface has been developed. A spiral, jelly-roll-like design generally limits these batteries to rectangular or cylindrical shapes. This development could usher in a new generation of thin, flexible devices, solar-power generation and storage. Unlike existing batteries, the paintable version does not require an extra compartment for storage, and could thus be more easily integrated into existing designs for battery-powered devices. Read more in
With current technology, electronics are able to stretch a small amount, but many potential applications require a device to stretch like a rubber band. With that level of stretchability we could see medical devices integrated into the human body, as well as improvements in electronics and electrical devices. A research team has been successful in developing a mixture that is far more "stretchy" than its predecessors, capable of being deformed to more than twice its original size. Read more in
Demand for lithium ion batteries that power devices is on the rise. User industries from electric cars to cell phones are demanding more batteries and more capacity from each battery. To help meet this demand, research is underway across the globe. One team of researchers put their energy behind a new idea that gives batteries a bit of room to grow. Another team has presented a new principle for storing energy in lithium ion batteries using a porous polymer framework. Read more in
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