The results of the project titled “Continuous Composite Manufacturing by a Microwave-Powered Fluidic Reactor (FluCoM)” conducted by Assoc. Prof. Dr Mustafa Kemal Bayazıt within the scope of TÜBİTAK's 2232- International Fellowship for Outstanding Researchers have been published in Green Chemistry, a prestigious journal of the Royal Society of Chemistry. The study shows that polymer nanocomposites can be prepared for the first time in fluidic reactors under continuous microwave heating, which is essential in overcoming a long-lasting challenge that nanoparticles cannot be uniformly dispersed in the polymer matrix. The other authors of the article titled “A microwave-powered continuous fluidic system for polymer nanocomposite manufacturing: A Proof-of-Concept Study” are as follows: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Meral Yüce, Milad Torabfam, Tuçe Fidan, and Dr Mona Nejatpour from SUNUM, and Assist. Prof. Dr Hasan Kurt from Medipol University. You can access the article at pubs.rsc.org.