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11. July 2007

MATERIALICA und COMPOSITES Congresses 2007

MATERIALICA und COMPOSITES Congresses 2007

1. A head start in knowledge – MATERIALICA und COMPOSITES Congresses 2007

2. Which color would you like?

3. Eurpean Space Technology Transfer Conference 2007

4. New Biodegradable Magnesium Stents for Coronary Arteries

5. University of Portsmouth scientists reinvent the wheel 

6. Original or fake?

7. Chemists advance organic semiconductor processing


1. A head start in knowledge – MATERIALICA und COMPOSITES Congresses 2007

New technologies require a dialog that incorporates other industries and processes. This is how new ideas develop into marketable, highly innovative products. From October 16 through 18, 2007, six specialist congresses (Composites, Light Weight Construction, Space-Technology-Transfer, Design, Surface and Boat Building will impressively demonstrate the impact of this interaction at the New Munich Trade Fair.
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2. Which color would you like?

Cars in a wide range of white nuances will be a prominent feature of the roadscape in the future. This was one of the predictions made as part of BASF Coatings' color trend forecast.
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3. European Space Technology Transfer Conference 2007

Examples of successful transfers of space technology to sectors such as Automotive, Health, Energy, Environment, Materials, Security, Sports, Technique and Textiles will be discussed. Key note speakers from the European Space Agency and NASA will explain the advances that come out of their pioneering work in space exploration.
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4. New Biodegradable Magnesium Stents for Coronary Arteries

Biodegradable magnesium stents have been developed to treat blockages in coronary arteries which can degrade within four months and achieve the same results as conventional stents, conclude authors of an Article published in this week’s edition of The Lancet.
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5. University scientists reinvent the wheel

Scientists at the University Portsmouth are using the latest breakthroughs in artificial intelligence to develop the world's first thinking car wheel.
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6. Original or fake?

Even for art historians, it can be difficult to distinguish original works of art from fakes. Research scientists now screen the pictures with infrared radiation. This shows up the watermarks of the paper mills, which allows them to date the works without risk of damage.
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7. Chemists advance organic semiconductor processing

Any machinist will tell you that a little grease goes a long way toward making a tool work better. And that may soon hold true for plastic electronics as well.
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8. VTT develops new methods for manufacturing bioactive paper products

Under VTT's direction, new methods are being developed for the economical mass production of bioactive paper products, among others based on printing technology.
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