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Would HS2 gain more supporters if it could be seen to be groundbreaking in some technological way that might spin off elsewhere? Geoff Snape thinks so
Do you remember having so-called balloon debates at school?
In less than 80 years, nylon has become a material so commonplace,
and with applications so widespread, that it touches our lives with
unbelievable frequency, diversity and significance
Product innovation, market expansion and customer service in the heat treatment industry
Dr Sujata Kundu - Teaching Fellow at Imperial College London and self-confessed material girl loves talking science
Materials engineers need a public voice says Michelle Dickinson - who may just be the woman for the job
Maria Felice examines the history, properties and future of coal