• Recycled Chewing Gum Sticks as a Raw Material

    That next pair of bubble-gum pink Wellingtons you buy may be made from old chewing gum. London-based custom compounder Teknor Apex has teamed with waste gum recycler Gumdrop Ltd., also of London, to convert that discarded gum into a raw material for commercial-grade thermoplastic elastomers, or TPEs, to make rain boots, smartphone covers, and other products.

Building and Construction Building and Construction

Consumer Consumer

Energy and Natural Resources Energy and Natural Resources

  • New Oil Extraction Technologies

    To increase the estimated ultimate recovery (EUR) and boost efficiency, the oil and gas industry incorporates pre-fabricated perforating systems, seawater-based fracturing fluids, disintegrating frac plugs, electric downhole safety valves and RFID-enabled stimulation systems.

Life Sciences Life Sciences

  • Use of LIDAR in Forestry Applications

    Light detection and ranging (LIDAR) carries a significant premium and limited spatial field in comparison to satellite imagery, but offers unprecedented accuracy and is emerging as a preferred technique in forestry management and related operational activities.

Maritime Maritime

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