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Apple looking for plastics master to join iPhone, iPad team

A new job listing has Apple looking for a senior materials engineer with a specialty in plastic.

By Aug. 28, 2013


Plastics, sea life, and art wash ashore (photos)

At the Marine Mammal Center in Northern California, the ocean's waste gets converted into environmental art.

12 Images By Jul. 30, 2011


Agilyx attracts cash for turning plastics to oil

Portland, Oregon area start-up lands $22 million to ramp up technology which turns recycled plastics into a synthetic crude oil which can be refined for fuel or other oil-based products, such as plastic.

By Mar. 31, 2011


China to get new plastics research center

China XD Plastics Company, the largest Chinese manufacturer engaged in the development, manufacture, and distribution of modified plastics primarily for use in automotive applications in China, today announced that the Company will establish of a new Research Center.

By May. 28, 2010


HP Labs sees a great future in plastics

The PC manufacturer's Information Displays Lab is working on a kind of plastic display designed to replace glass displays in the next 10 years.

By May. 8, 2010


Photos: Decoding plastics

Which plastics can be recycled? Which are safe to use? Our guide steps through the seven major types to explain.

By Apr. 22, 2008


Samsung YP-P3: Music, haptics, capacitive plastics

Samsung's latest MP3 player just hit Korea -- with high quality audio and video support, plus a whopping touch-sensitive screen, you've every reason to be interested

By Dec. 18, 2008


Green plastics coming from Brazil

Why not make plastic forks from sugar cane?

By Jun. 21, 2007


Dutch giant DSM invests in plastics start-up

Carbon-dioxide-to-plastics company Novomer attracts DSM, a Dutch conglomerate that makes everything from food enzymes to pharmaceuticals to chemicals.

By Dec. 20, 2007


2007 LA Auto Show: SABIC Innovative Plastics

One day soon, the concept of sheet metal in a car body might seem as quaint as kerosene headlights.

May. 21, 2008