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It is a material best known for creating the highest quality fine bone china. This month, Anna Ploszajski discovers the history of porcelain
This month, Anna Ploszajski explores the material that has formed part one of the most remarkable landmarks in Cornwall.
Khai Trung Le speaks with Struers’ Lee Cobb on automation in materials preparation and manufacture
Ahead of the IOM3 Cosponsored Industrial Nanocomposites Conference hear from Keynote Speaker, Prof Ton Peijs, on his thoughts on the nanocomposites industry.
From the loose coins in our pockets to turbine blades and rechargeable batteries, they all have one thing in common – nickel
Dr Peter Heath explains the benefits of using water as a coolant in laser machining
Sir Kenneth Grange shares his frank opinions on today’s design industry and why materials are so important
Professor Wilfried Vandervorst talks to Ledetta Asfa-Wossen about developments in processing and the industry of metrology
Recent technical developments that enhance the quality of existing products
The history of sheet glass, also known as architectural glass or window glass, including some recent high-tech developments such as self-cleaning glass.