WHEN FOAM RULES THE WORLD


Date: 6/17/2015


There is a material that many of use on a daily basis, whether we know it or not, in applications ranging from seat comfort to insulation to sending a package. This material is foam, which is a distinct category but one that also contains massive variety.  (continue reading here)

NEW FOAM TECHNOLOGY TO LEAD ADVANCES IN MEDICAL DEVICES AND PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT


Date: 5/26/2015


Foam.  We wear it.  We sit on it.  We sleep on it.  We even use it to protect ourselves.


Whether it's a football helmet, hospital bed, knee pad or body armor, the foam it contains plays a critical role in..... (continue reading here)

FLORIDA A&M DEVELOPS NEW FOAM TECHNOLOGY THAT COULD LEAD TO MOER COMFORTABLE PROSTHETICS


Date: 5/27/2015


Changchun "Chad" Zeng, an assistant professor at the Florida A&M-Florida State University College of Engineering, has developed a high-performance auxetic foam which, according to a news release from Florida State University College of Engineering, could lead to more comfortable prosthetics.  (continue reading here)

FSU INNOVATORS HONORED FOR EFFORTS TO COMMERCIALIZE RESEARCH


Date: 4/6/2016


Last night, Florida States University's 11th Annual Innovator's Reception highlighted individuals who patented their research discoveries in the past year, including researchers who have taken significant steps on the commercialization path....... (continue reading here)

Florida State Professor Makes New Helmet Foam to Protect Players


Date: 6/5/2015


A Florida State University Professor created a new foam to protect players heads on the field.

Chad Zeng is a FSU professor who has created the new foam to protect players. He says 47 percent of sports injuries are concussions and his foam is designed to prevent those injuries.  (continue reading here)

NEWS

FSU SCIENTIST INVENTS NEW FOAM TECHNOLOGY


Date: 8/28/2015


The nucleus of Auxadyne, an early-stage startup 155 miles away in Key Stone Heights, centers around foam — a seemingly simple material.​


But, in the hands of Florida State scientist Changchun "Chad" Zeng, it's much more.  (continue reading here)