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AkzoNobel becomes global refinish partner for electric vehicle maker BYD

Akzo Nobel N.V.

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AkzoNobel has become the global refinish partner for new energy vehicle manufacturer BYD Auto Sales Company Ltd. – currently the world’s leading seller of electric vehicles.

Alfa Laval Application & Innovation Centre boosts productivity

Alfa Laval AB

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Want to optimize your manufacturing processes with the best components? Or accommodate a new formulation or new application while boosting production? Let the Alfa Laval Fluid Handling Application & Innovation Centre conduct trials under near-actual operating conditions to determine how to achieve the best outcomes.

Just in - The world's slimmest 24 fiber air-blown cable

Hexatronic

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<p><strong>Just in - The world's slimmest 24 fiber air-blown cable</strong></p>

Hexatronic is excited to release a new Stingray product with 24 fibers to the market. Customers can enjoy the advantages of the world's slimmest 24 fiber air-blown cable to increase capacity in existing ducts or to lower the environmental impact by choosing slimmer duct systems in new projects.   

Swedish Steel Prize 2023: Call for entries

SSAB

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Applications are being accepted for the Swedish Steel Prize 2023 – the steel industry’s most prestigious international award – now for the 21 st time celebrating innovative steel solutions.

ZEISS ScanBox Serie 5: Automatisiert, modular, kundenorientiert

ZEISS

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Die neue optische 3D-Messmaschine von ZEISS verbindet neue HighEnd Komponenten mit zusätzlichem Bedienerkomfort

Stora Enso and EcoTelligent partner to advance sustainable wood-based telecom towers

Stora Enso Oyj

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<p><strong>Stora Enso and EcoTelligent partner to advance sustainable wood-based telecom towers</strong></p>

Within the partnership, Stora Enso and EcoTelligent Oy will establish mass timber as the material of choice for telecommunication support structures. The collaboration is set to provide an alternative that will reduce the dependency on steel and concrete in telecom masts, through sustainable towers that naturally blend in with the environment.

Innovative, sustainable technology for antifouling paints – Svenska Aerogel to launch new product

Svenska Aerogel

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This month Svenska Aerogel participated in the International Antifouling Conference, organized by I-Tech and RISE in Gothenburg. At the conference, Pernilla Ståhle, Head of R&D at Svenska Aerogel, presented the company’s new product SeaQare™ – a sustainable technology that can be used in antifouling paints to reduce copper toxicity in our seas. Independent product testing has presented extraordinary results.

SKF New axlebox design for the railway freight market

SKF Group

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SKF has developed a new design for axleboxes to help customers reduce weight and improve the performance of bogies while reducing the environmental impact. The new Y25 axlebox, designed for trains weighing up to 25 tons, complies with industry standards.

Cummins to Reveal Zero-Carbon H2-Ice Concept Truck at Iaa Expo Powered by the B6.7h Hydrogen Engine

Cummins

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Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI) will reveal a medium-duty concept truck powered by the B6.7H hydrogen internal combustion engine (H2-ICE) at the IAA Transportation exhibition (Sept. 20 to 25, Hanover, Germany). The H2-ICE conversion highlights the opportunity for truck applications across the 10-to-26 ton gross vehicle weight (GVW) range to operate on zero-carbon hydrogen fuel with a potential operating range of up to 500-kilometres.

ZEISS microscope developers nominated for 2022 German Future Prize

ZEISS

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ZEISS Lattice Lightsheet 7 enables the gentle 3D imaging of living cells Today, the Office of the Federal President announced the nominations for the German Future Prize (Deutscher Zukunftspreis) at the German Museum in Munich. ZEISS experts Dr. Thomas Kalkbrenner, Dr. Jörg Siebenmorgen and Ralf Wolleschensky have been nominated for the 2022 German Future Prize. Their project: the innovative microscope ZEISS Lattice Lightsheet 7 for the gentle 3D imaging of living cells. By combining imaging that protects samples with high resolution, the system allows researchers to observe subcellular dynamics in 3D over hours and days, which was not previously possible with other microscopy technologies. This opens up new possibilities, such as for cancer research or understanding life at its earliest stages. With this award, German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier honors scientists and their innovations that unlock scientific potential and create jobs.