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Clemson's packaging science program

During Packaging World’s visit to the Clemson, SC, campus earlier this year, Department of Packaging Science chair and professor Ronald Thomas addressed a wide range of questions about the university’s program. Those questions and his responses follow.
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A fresh take on aerosols

The benefits of aerosol containers—or pressure packaging—starts with dispelling misconceptions.
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Experts divulge RFID tips

The excitement in radio-frequency identification is electrifying. That was evident at yet another packed room at an RFID gathering, this one a session held August 24 during the Atlanta, GA-based Petroleum Packaging Council’s fall meeting in Chicago.
The molecular image is from the cover of the book Nanotechnology in Packaging.
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Nanotechnology packs promise

Nanotechnology is expected to deliver improved strength and barrier properties to flexible and rigid packaging materials, although widespread commercial use may be years away.
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Experts divulge RFID tips

The excitement in radio-frequency identification is electrifying. That was evident at yet another packed room at an RFID gathering, this one a session held August 24 during the Atlanta, GA-based Petroleum Packaging Council’s fall meeting in Chicago.
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Iron City brew chills in aluminum bottle

In August, Pittsburgh Brewing Co., Pittsburgh, PA, launched 12-oz bottles of Iron City beer in aluminum bottles.
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Renewable resources ride a wave of momentum

Tulane University calls its athletic teams the Green Wave, but there’s a green wave that’s building momentum in the packaging community: the increasing use of sustainable packaging made from renewable resources.
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A real 'grab bag'

September brings a change in color to Door County, and with it comes this grab bag of Pipeline topics.
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Credit-card-sized refillable water 'bottle'

This theoretical development from a UK design contest is a compact, on-the-go alternative to bottled water that’s also environmentally friendly.
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Key Tech Corp./Lock n Pop: Easy-release adhesive

Lock n’ Pop has introduced a new easy-release stabilizing adhesive for plastic and plastic-wrapped packages. Designed especially to assist with stabilizing unit loads of shrink-wrapped tray packs and plastic-bagged products including woven PP, adhesive prevents products from sliding yet allows them to come apart easily with little residue.
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Rohm and Haas Company: Laminating adhesives

Rohm and Haas introduces its Mor-Free™ solventless adhesives. The monomer solventless technology ranges from film and aluminum foil laminations for general and medium performance, to complicated structures for hot fill, or even sterilization.
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Pack Expo visits lead to purchases

Representatives from both a Heinz division and a well known California winery both found the servo-based equipment they needed at Pack Expo International 2002.
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Hyde Park recommended for ISO 14001 certification

Hyde Park Electronics LLC has been recommended for ISO 14001 certification following an audit by Underwriters Laboratories.
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NatureWorks wins food-contact approval in Japan

NatureWorks™ PLA, a plastic resin made from corn, has won approval for use in food-contact applications from the Japanese Hygienic Olefin & Styrene Plastics Assn., that country’s equivalent to the Food & Drug Administration in the United States.
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Packagers focus on graphics

At the May e/5 UV&EB Technology Expo and Conference, P&G, Mars/Masterfoods, and Bacardi were among several consumer packaged goods companies embracing glossy packages with coatings cured via ultraviolet or electron-beam technology.

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