The first ionomer-based TPE is expected to break new ground
for durable TPEs in more demanding consumer and automotive applications.
"With the expanded authority," Wood said, "we can start to transfer better technologies out or in, depending upon the technologies, and break new ground
with traditional defense contractors along that path.
Subsequently refurbished by David Chipperfield and Bruce McLean in 1990, it went on to break new ground
in the British art world.
Sometimes visually compelling, sometimes less so; sometimes successful, sometimes not; sometimes seeming to break new ground
and propose a fundamental rethinking of our needs and desires, possessions and accommodations, at other times appearing merely to indulge their maker's wayward curiosity, Zittel's objects and environments often depend heavily on a prior knowledge of their backstory.
These studies should break new ground
or extend previous discoveries toward new directions or applications.
Professor Brian Bercusson, of King's College, London, has told the TUC the EU treaty will break new ground
on workers' social and economic rights.
Thankfully, our management demanded we break new ground
. We created the drop-fender, over-the-road kind of look with that vehicle." A goal was that they would produce a look that someone who was looking in a rear-view mirror would be able to identify as Dodge even from 100 yards away.
But the Teaching Commission, founded last year, says its recommendations were not so much drafted to break new ground
, but to strengthen strategies aimed at improving teacher quality.