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2015-03-27 11:58:54

Researchers at the University of Texas at Dallas have developed a material that could lead to the next generation of bulletproof vests: a nanofiber-based structure that is tougher than Kevlar and can be stretched to seven times its original length.

2015-03-19 12:30:37

RECALL SUMMARY Name of product: Bernat Tizzy Yarn TORONTO, March 19, 2015 /CNW/ - Hazard identified: In finished knit or crochet items, the yarn can

2015-03-11 12:23:47

Demo at Pittcon Conference, Booth #227, March 9-12. SALT LAKE CITY, March 11, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Vaporsens(TM) announces the introduction of its new vSENS(TM), a

2015-02-23 16:32:38

VICTORIA, Feb. 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ - CRAiLAR Technologies Inc.

2014-10-03 12:26:40

SANFORD, N.C., Oct. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Frontier Spinning Mills Holding Corp.

2014-09-19 16:25:28

Sandlerresearch.org offers Global Cellulose Fibers Market 2014-2018 a 61 Pages market research reports to its store. DALLAS, Sept.

2014-06-03 08:35:52

PORTLAND, OR, June 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - CRAiLAR Technologies Inc.

Scientists Spin Cellulose Fibers That Are Stronger Than Steel
2014-06-02 12:24:56

A Swedish-German research team has successfully tested a new method for the production of ultra-strong cellulose fibers at DESY's research light source PETRA III.


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2005-07-14 11:23:31

The silkworm (Bombyx mori or "raw silk of mulberry") is the larva of a moth that is economically important as the producer of silk. Its diet consists solely of mulberry leaves and it is native to northern China. The silkworm is so called because it spins its cocoon from raw silk. The cocoon is made of a single continuous thread of raw silk from 1000 to 3000 feet (300 to 900 meters) long. Silkworms have a good appetite. They eat mulberry leaves day and night continuously. Thus, they grow...

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chomage
  • Stoppage; cessation (of labor).
  • A standing still or idling (of mills, factories, etc.).
The word chomage comes into English from French.]
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