84: Porous Plastics: Hidden Uses in Everyday Items (ft. Robert Kiblinger)
Porex is a company dedicated to developing innovative porous materials solutions for healthcare, consumer, and industrial applications. Porex continues to excel as a global leader in the development and manufacturing of advanced porous solutions.
In today’s episode we welcome today’s guest, Robert Kiblinger, Product Development Engineer and Lab Manager at Porex. With him, we discussed:
🔹️The different types of polymers that fall under this category of “porous” and what structure-property relationships come from this group of plastics.
🔹 What kind of functionality can the design into the porous plastic to make it function?
🔹 How porous plastics can carve a niche within this take-home diagnostics space in the future?
🔹Advice to students who was still figuring things out in terms of what options are available to them as an MSE.
🔹And much more!
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