• EMG October 2018 newsletter now available

    Energy Materials Group
    Issue #18 of the EMG topical e-Newsletter is now available
  • MP&EM Newsletter Issue 10, October 2018

    IOM3
    The Minerals Processing & Extractive Metallurgy Board are pleased to advise that Issue #10 of our topical e-Newsletter has been uploaded to the IOM3 web site.
  • J Burgess Winter - Obituary

    Mineral Processing & Extractive Metallurgy Division
    It is with great sadness to record the death of J Burgess Winter, a true titan of the mining community who served the industry with honour and distinction for 45 years.
  • The Martian rock

    Materials World magazine
    Volcanic eruptions have been found to be the source of the Medusae Fossae rock formation on Mars.
  • New technique for dating ancient skeletons

    Materials World magazine
    Dating of ancient bones using DNA mutations could provide a fast and cheap alternative to current methods.
  • MP&EM Newsletter Issue 9

    Mineral Processing & Extractive Metallurgy Division
    The Minerals Processing & Extractive Metallurgy Board are pleased to advise that Issue #9 of our topical e-Newsletter has been uploaded to the IOM3 web site.
  • 2018 IOM3 Premier Awards dinner

    IOM3
    The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) presented the 2018 Premier Awards to winners at a black tie event in London on 3 July
  • Materials Protecting People seminar - 29 November

    IOM3
    Materials Protecting People (London, 29 November 2018) is the third seminar in the hugely popular series of events. Organised by IOM3 Communications Ltd on behalf of the Industry and Technology Policy Board (ITPB) of IOM3.
  • Notice of Extraordinary General Meeting on 10 July

    IOM3
    An Extraordinary General Meeting of the Institute will be held on 10 July at 297 Euston Road, London, immediately following the Institute's 2018 AGM
  • The right temperature

    Materials World magazine
    The temperature at which volcanic rock cracks to create columnar formations, such as those seen at the Giant’s Causeway, has been identified to be between 840–890oC, giving new understanding to geothermal energy systems. Ellis Davies reports.

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