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Professor Janice Dulieu-Barton discusses the importance of modernising composite materials regulations.
Simon Frost looks at the engineering behind the definitive supersonic jet airliner.
Professor Philip Withers discusses his work understanding new materials and why there is still the same level of innovation and excitement around materials science as in the past century.
President of British Glass discusses the importance of sustainable operations and the role of glass in the UK
Fred Starr recalls a heated debate over nuts and bolts
We look at plastics made from sugarcane, milk and a range of other biomass sources.
Chris Berry, Manager of Medical Device Physical Testing at Smithers Pira, UK, talks to Ellis Davies about the company’s new medical device testing facility.
Natalie Daniels speaks to Amanda Quadling about her career taking new materials from the manufacturing process to the end user.
From aircrafts and skyscrapers to smartphones and packaging, aluminium is one of the most versatile materials used today. Natalie Daniels discovers why.
Fred Starr puts the UK’s burst water mains into perspective, recounting his experience with dirty water in Pakistan.