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Fully recyclable carbon-fiber composite | Colorado Arts & Sciences Magazine

curated by | February 20, 2016

“Strong and light carbon-fiber composites can be easily and cost-effectively recycled into new material just as strong as the originals, a team of researchers led by the University of Colorado Boulder has found. Additionally, both the fabrication and the recycling are energy-efficient and comparatively fast, potentially addressing barriers to wider use in manufacturing.”

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