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June 14th, 2006
The need for innovation, new technologies and strategies to manage challenges borne from a fiercely competitive global marketplace are a few of the themes that emerged from the results of the DuPont Engineering Polymers survey of plastics professionals attending the NPE next week in Chicago.
At the June 20 press briefing, DuPont Engineering Polymers will announce: A dedicated R&D effort in the much talked-about but little understood nanotechnology field, promising introduction of new nanocomposites to improve structural capabilities, increase processing productivity and reduce overall cost in 2007.
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