29 September 2014
| by Jo Francis
Upon learning that two well-known packaging boards have a combined age of almost a century, one might imagine that innovation in packaging substrates is in short supply.
30 June 2014
| by Jenny Roper
One of the most ubiquitous and long-lasting recent changes to the surface of our planet is the accumulation and fragmentation of plastics,” wrote David Barnes in Plastics, the environment and human health, the most exhaustive report to date on the environmental impact of plastics.
08 December 2010
The doom-mongers may whinge about the industry going down the pan, but now you can find out how to create paper art on the toilet thanks to a handy guide to origami illustrated using the humble loo roll.
02 December 2010
| by Helen Morris
As paper price rises continue to wreak havoc in the industry, Helen Morris asks if negotiating a fixed price could pay off in the long term
12 April 2007
| by Scott Morris
Since Johannes Gutenberg printed his famous Bible in 1450 right up to the present day, books have fundamentally remained the same. However, recent technological advances look set to undo the basic concept of a book and how its put together, thanks to the advances in nanotechnology that have made electronic paper or e-paper a reality.