• New composite aids removal of dye pollutants from water

    A tantalum-tungsten composite material is capable of adsorbing 90% of man-made dye pollutants.
  • Biomaterials remineralise teeth

    In collaboration with researchers from Finland, Brazil, Belgium, Germany and the UK, Salvatore Sauro, Professor of dental biomaterials and minimally invasive dentistry at CEU Cardenal Herrera University, Spain, has developed...
  • ‘Ferroelectrochemistry’ could improve transistors and printed electronics

    Researchers at Linköping University’s Laboratory of Organic Electronics (LOE), Sweden, have applied a thin layer of a ferroelectric material onto an electrode in organic electrochemical devices and circuits.
  • Iron & Steel Society Newsletter No.1 - July 2017

    The Iron and Steel Society (ISS) Board of IOM3 wish to improve communications within the iron and steel `community` and are in the process of revising its website, making it more user-friendly and increasing the scope for more up-to-date and varied content. As part of this process we will publish a newsletter after each Board meeting, highlighting the main topics discussed, producing a regular news item from a Board member, and inviting feedback, comments on potential future activities, and so on.
  • Not so crystalline

    An understanding of non-crystalline uranium could help with mine site restoration, as Ellis Davies reports.
  • Boosting fuel cells

    A new process could help fuel cell vehicles become suitable for mass production, as Ellis Davies reports.
  • October trials for Bloodhound SSC

    Despite delays to its land speed record attempt, the Bloodhound SSC will see first track tests in October 2017.
  • A plastic Industry 4.0

    The BPF’s Industry 4.0 summit looks to prepare the plastics manufacturing industry for the opportunities of the digital factory. Khai Trung Le reports.
  • Making a biomass diesel

    Khai Trung Le speaks with Dr Lukas Gooßen about a sustainable diesel fuel compatible with existing engines.
  • Exploring the ocean's reserves

    Natalie Daniels reports from this year’s Deep Sea Mining Summit