Natalie Daniels

2019 Young Persons' Lecture Competition Final

This year's Young Persons' Lecture Competition took place on 1 May at the Armourers Hall. Competitors are 28 or under gave a lecture of 15 minutes on a topic related to materials, minerals, mining, packaging, clay technology and wood science and engineering. The audience were also, for the first time, able to cast their people vote.

Q&A – IOM3 digitisation of the library

Katherine Williams and Hilda Kaune on the digitisation of the IOM3 Library

Mining inventors and innovations through history

In March 2019, IOM3 Mining Technology Division Board published a book on mining inventors and innovations through history as part of the Institute’s 150th anniversary celebrations.

IOM3 Fellows appointed as Royal Academy Chairs in Emerging Technologies

IOM3 Fellows Professor Judith Driscoll and Professor Peter Lee have been appointed as Chairs in Emerging Technologies by the Royal Academy of Engineering. The Chairs provide long-term support to world-leading engineers across the UK to advance emerging technologies.

2019 IOM3 awards announced

Congratulations to the winners of the Institute's awards, medals and prizes for 2019

Training courses available at IRC2019

In conjunction with this year’s IRC2019 conference, there will be an opportunity to attend various training courses on Monday 2 September 2019 held by the Rubber Division, Lord and Rubber Consultants at the Oval in London.

IOM3 President Serena Best wins award celebrating women in science

On 8 March 2019, alongside celebrating International Women’s Day, IOM3 President Serena Best CBE FREng CEng FIMMM was presented with a Suffrage Science Award for her scientific achievements. The Suffrage...

Young Persons’ Committee Art Lecture

Bringing together art and fine jewellery is something that comes naturally to Jessica Pass, a contemporary fine jeweller based in The Goldsmiths’ Centre, who presented at the IOM3 Young Persons’ Art Lecture Series.

Abstracts invited for PVC 2020

The success of this renowned event, now in its 14th edition, is due to the dedicated efforts of the members of our organising committee - volunteers from the global PVC community providing their time and expertise to support the future of the industry. They are busy preparing for the next event, which will be held on 20-23 April 2020 in Edinburgh, and are ready to receive offers of papers until the 1 June 2019.

Women in Materials Group Spring Meeting

Women in Materials
On Friday 15 March 2019, the Women in Materials group held its spring seminar at the University of Birmingham.


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