• The travelling potters

    Mankind has known travel and relocating for work for thousands of years, as the tales of women from the Baltic selling clay pottery in the Nordic countries tell. Ines Nastali reports
  • Get talking: The challenge of materials

    Ben Walsh, Lead Technologist in Advanced Materials at Innovate UK, discusses how perspectives of innovation have changed, and how this affects materials scientists.
  • Steel 3D-printed bridge complete

    The Oudezijds Achterburgwal, Amsterdam’s oldest canal, is one step closer to being spanned by a robotically built, steel 3D-printed bridge.
  • Printing property

    A collaboration between a construction firm and non-profit organisation could see 3D-printed homes for developing countries.
  • Economic digest

    The number of construction projects has declined in the UK due to bad weather and a woefully unprepared industry. At the same time, more bricks have been manufactured, marking the anticipated start of a busy house building period. Ines Nastali reports.
  • The catalogue of risk

    A new methodology to establish the connection between construction material and a building’s habitability after an earthquake hopes to promote superior city planning. Khai Trung Le reports.
  • Announcement of the IOM3 Awards 2018

    Congratulations to the winners of the IOM3 Awards 2018.
  • Patent of the month: Golf balls that age better

    A new golf ball that is more resilient to wear and tear is this month’s patent of the month. Dr Jennifer Unsworth, Patent Attorney at intellectual property law firm Withers and Rogers, reports.
  • Moss on the roof

    A holiday home in Norway clad in different materials combines functionality with the comfort of an evening in front of the fire. Ines Nastali reports.
  • Women into Fellowship - Q&A

    As part of its ongoing Membership Growth Initiative, the Institute is pleased to announce the launch of its latest project – Women into Fellowship. Through this initiative IOM3 will be encouraging appropriately experienced women members and other women within the Materials Cycle communities to apply for the IOM3 Fellowship grade. To understand more about this project, we caught up with Ian Bowbrick, the Institute’s Director of Professional Development and Membership.

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