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Electrical & Electronics

Plastics have been an integral part of the electrical and electronics industry. Engineering plastics and high-performance polymers progressively play a critical role in the production of electric & electronic (E/E) components.

Taking it a notch ahead, plastics and polymers are now used to manufacture highly conductive, temperature resistant, flexible, fire-resistant and cost-efficient electronic components, electric vehicles and devices. Optical devices and medical sensors have gained popularity in recent times which has led to an increased inflow of innovations from around the globe.

Explore recent product advances (new polymers or plastics designed especially for electronics, plastic components for E/E market, 5G electronic components, and biosensors and optical devices based on plastics) and research innovations from electronics industry. Subscribe to this channel and receive weekly digest directly in your mailbox.

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Oct 15, 2021 | Industry News

E-mobility Products Based on Solvay’s Polymers Receive SPE Automotive Awards

Solvay announces that three e-mobility applications using its specialty polymers are among the winners of The Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) prestigious Automotive Awards in 2021. First place...

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Oct 13, 2021 | Product News

DuPont Showcases Thermoplastic Innovations and more at Fakuma 2021

At the Fakuma trade show, technical experts from DuPont are available to discuss how recently introduced solutions and services from the company support EV battery and thermal management...

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Oct 13, 2021 | Product News

Ascend Showcases Long-chain Polyamides and more at Fakuma 2021

Ascend Performance Materials is present with a larger global manufacturing footprint, a broader product portfolio and technical resources committed to bringing their customers’ innovations to market...

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Oct 8, 2021 | Product News

Asahi Kasei Introduces Flame Retardant PA66 with Superior Surface Quality

Asahi Kasei introduces the halogen and red-phosphorous free flame retardant Polyamide 66 LEONA™ SN to the European market. This semi-aromatic material combines high levels of safety, surface quality...

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Oct 5, 2021 | Industry News

Scientists Achieve High Thermal Conductivity in Polyethylene Using New Strategy

A team of researchers at UB report a new strategy to achieve high thermal conductive electric insulator polyethylene with high dielectric constant and strength. The researchers describe solution...

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Sep 30, 2021 | Industry News

New Biodegradable Polymeric Implant Material with Piezoelectric Properties

Scientists of Tomsk Polytechnic University jointly with their colleagues from the University of Aveiro (Portugal) and several some overseas universities have developed a polymeric material combining...

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Sep 29, 2021 | Industry News

Uniloy Launches All-electric Continuous Extrusion Shuttle Blow Molding Machine

Uniloy launches the new all-electric Uniloy UCS.E continuous extrusion shuttle machine. The UCS.E marks the 3rd iteration of their all-electric shuttle line. The UCS.E specializes in the production...

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Sep 29, 2021 | Article

Plastics for Smart Electrical and Electronics!

By Donald Rosato

Stay updated on the latest advances in advanced E&E plastics technology to identify where the true potential and new opportunities exist for you and make better R&D decisions...

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Sep 27, 2021 | Industry News

Borealis and Partner to Co-develop Engineering Material for Energy-efficient Capacitors

Borealis and TOPAS Advanced Polymers have started collaboration on the development of a new class of engineering materials for applications that will bridge the current performance gap between...

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Sep 23, 2021 | Industry News

SABIC and Microsoft Collaborate to Develop Recycled Ocean Plastic-based Mouse

SABIC and Microsoft Corporation have collaborated to create Microsoft’s first consumer electronic product – The Microsoft Ocean Plastic Mouse – with an exterior shell containing 20% recycled ocean...

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