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Research & Development news, May 2019

IDA World Congress returns to Dubai

The Congress will take place 20-24 October in Dubai.

Sustainability focus at EDANA Symposium

EDANA's sustainability vision for the nonwovens sector.


WFC13 will take place in San Diego California from 20-24 April 2020.


Fratomeo is a trade show for professionals in the French civil and military nuclear sector.


The 2019 AFS Fall Conference will take place on 26 September.


The MIT Water Innovation Prize is a start-up competition run by MIT Water Club network for water research and innovation.


The award was won by Math2Market for its FiberFind-AI module of Geodict software.


Tests on the new ultra-high-pressure reverse osmosis technology have achieved good results.


Each nominee will present their entry at FILTREX on Tuesday 14 May.

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The technology uses recycled PET carpet and plastic bottles to produce nonwovens such as filtration and acoustical products.


Aquatech Amsterdam will take place 5-8 November.


The test rig will be used for new filter media design, product development and quality control.

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Water industry show for Russia and Eastern Europe.

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Apr ’20

Trade fair for industrial technology.

Apr ’20

International event for the power generation, renewable and alternative energy and transmission and distribution, and water-related industries.

Apr ’20

Exhibition for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.

May ’20

International Trade Fair for Technical Textiles and Nonwovens.

Apr ’20

Training course for professionals with an engineering or materials science degree.