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The NHYTE project was presented to the European Aeronautics Science Network through the July edition of the EASN Newsletter which is distributed to approximatelly 15,000 scientists, policy makers & key players in the European Aeronautics industry. Read the entire article here.  
The European Conference on Composite Materials (ECCM18) was succesfully conducted from the 24th to 28th of June 2018, in Athens, Greece at the impressive Megaron Athens International Conference Center. The NHYTE project was represented by our French partners, who presented a scientific poster under...
Processing of semi-crystalline thermoplastic matrix composites for aeronautical applications experienced some problems with regards to the high temperatures required and the need to control the cooling rate, in order to obtain the correct crystallinity content in the final product. The approach of p...
On the 15th to 16th of May, 2018 the NHYTE Consortium conducted its M12 Progress Meeting in Brindisi, Italy. The two-day project meeting was hosted by the Brindisi-based project partner, CETMA, on their premises. Partners representing the 8 consortium organisations were gathered in the Italian town...
A very interesting article describing the concept and main objectives of the NHYTE Project was published by the University of Bath, on Tuesday 15 May 2018. "Aviation is set to reach new heights as a result of the development of a new type of plastic which is tougher, weighs less and is cheaper...
  Τhe NHYTE Project was present at JEC World 2018, the biggest and most important world show dedicated to composites market. JEC World attracts each year in Paris, over 1300 exhibitors and 40000 visitors looking for innovation, new partners and insight on their industry’s future. The ev...
The NHYTE Project was referenced to the latest and very interesting article of compositesworld.com under the title "Thermoplastic composite aerostructures in place, Part 2". "As leader of the Horizon 2020 project NHYTE, Novotech (Naples, Italy) is working with a variety of partners to bui...
A NHYTE related article has been published in the January issue of the European Aeronautics Science Network Newsletter highlighting the significant progress of the project​. "NHYTE (New Hybrid Thermoplastic Composite Aero-structures manufactured by Out of Autoclave Continuous Automated Technol...
The NHYTE Consortium successfully conducted a six month progress meeting between November 28 and 29, 2017 at the premises of the University of South Brittany, in Lorient, France. Fruitful discussion was developed on the progress of each WP during the past six months while the partners also, ela...

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