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Design Innovation in Plastics (DIP) Award

Six finalists have been chosen in this year’s student plastics competition, which focuses on making gardening easier as its theme for 2018. more

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Ellen Britton, a student of design at Glasgow School of Art, has won the final of the Company of Horner’s Design Innovation in Plastics Awards. more

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Six students from universities across Britain have been selected for the Design Innovation in Plastics final. more

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Two product design students say that attending K 2016 as part of winning the annual ‘Design Innovation in Plastics’ competition has given them a new perspective on the possibilities available in the plastics industry. more

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A student from Nottingham Trent University has won the 2016 Design Innovation in Plastics Award with a redesigned product to improve the welfare of horses. more

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Seven students with ‘wild’ ideas have been revealed as finalists for the 2016 Design Innovation in Plastics competition. more

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The winner of the 2015 Design Innovation in Plastics (DIP) competition has received the patent for his product and is now in the process of approaching manufacturers for production. more

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Covestro has announced that it will again lend its support to the UK’s longest established student plastics design competition in 2016. more

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A polymer gear pump mechanism for the creation of soft ice cream has been named the winner of the 2015 ‘Design Innovation in Plastics’ student competition, with the judges stating the product was “well thought through and executed.” more

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The results of the preliminary judging session of the 2015 ‘Design Innovation in Plastics’ student award have revealed an impressive range of products, with seven selected to go through to the final in London tomorrow (3rd July). more

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Students from Universities across the UK have been tasked with changing perceptions as they look to enhance the design of some of the most traditional metal-based products with polymers. more

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Showcasing the very best of the UK’s pool of talent in plastics design, this year’s student DIP Awards didn’t fail to deliver some of the most innovative and impressive new ideas from Universities across the country. more

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A student's cartridge-based syringe system designed to help the victims of disasters in developing countries has won a prestigious innovation award and praise from top plastics industry experts. more

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