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Monthly Archives: April 2009

Video of the week II – Self-healing concrete

April 30th, 2009 | by pwray@ceramics.org

[flash /ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/healing_concrete.flv mode=1 f={image=/ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/healing_concrete.jpg}]   Following on the heels of our first  Video of the week, this is look at …


Video of the week I – Bendable concrete

April 30th, 2009 | by pwray@ceramics.org

[flash /ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/bendable_concrete.flv mode=1 f={image=/ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/bendable_concrete.jpg}]   In mid-2005, University of Michigan professor Victor Li unveiled a fiber-reinforced bendable concrete. The concrete …


Savannah River Researchers Unveil Permeable, Pourable Glass ‘Microballoons’

April 30th, 2009 | by pwray@ceramics.org

WESTERVILLE, OH– What looks like a fertilized egg, flows like water, gets stuffed with catalysts and exotic nanostructures and may have the potential of making the current retail gasoline infrastructure compatible with hydrogen-based vehicles of the future – not to mention also contributing to arenas such as nuclear proliferation and global warming?


Savannah River Researchers Unveil Permeable, Pourable Glass ‘Microballoons’

April 30th, 2009 | by pwray@ceramics.org

WESTERVILLE, OH– What looks like a fertilized egg, flows like water, gets stuffed with catalysts and exotic nanostructures and may have the potential of making the current retail gasoline infrastructure compatible with hydrogen-based vehicles of the future – not to mention also contributing to arenas such as nuclear proliferation and global warming?


Savannah River Researchers Unveil Permeable, Pourable Glass ‘Microballoons’

April 30th, 2009 | by

WESTERVILLE, OH– What looks like a fertilized egg, flows like water, gets stuffed with catalysts and exotic nanostructures and may have the potential of making the current retail gasoline infrastructure compatible with hydrogen-based vehicles of the future – not to mention also contributing to arenas such as nuclear proliferation and global warming?


May 8, 2008 – Modern Ceramics Help Advance Technology

April 30th, 2009 | by pwray@ceramics.org

Many important electronic devices used by people today would be
impossible without the use of ceramics. A new study published in the
Journal of the American Ceramic Society illustrates the use of ceramic
materials in the development of technological devices, including mobile
communication and ultrasonic imaging. More



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