Natalie Daniels

The latest in packaging news

Materials World magazine
From smart packaging to promoting polymers in schools, Natalie Daniels looks at the latest in polymers and packaging.

Challenging the creep deformation theory

Materials World magazine
New research that challenges the creep deformation theory could change how some materials are formulated. Natalie Daniels speaks to Rajiv Mishra about his team’s breakthrough

Surface technologies show the way for magnesium

Steve Montisci explains how the plasma electrolytic oxidation process could benefit the use of magnesium in the defence sector

Q&A working for the Ministry of Defence

Natalie Daniels speaks to Debra Carr CEng FIMMM about her time working at the MoD and how materials in helmets and body armour are evolving

Magnesium diboride promises superconducting cables for the grid

Materials World magazine
New research into steel-corroding species has revealed the metals are more vulnerable in marine environments than previously realised. Natalie Daniels reports

New insight into microbial corrosion

Materials World magazine
New research into steel-corroding species has revealed the metals are more vulnerable in marine environments than previously realised. Natalie Daniels reports

Nanogel used to clean damaging patinas from artefacts

Materials World magazine
A new nano-gel developed by an Italian student is being used to remove damaging patinas from artefacts. Natalie Daniels reports

Q&A on becoming chartered

Natalie Daniels talks to Dr Siddharth Patwardhan about how becoming chartered has been professionally rewarding

The pathway to chartership

Are you thinking of becoming professionally registered? Ian Bowbrick and Deborah Seddon identify the steps to help you on your way to achieving Chartered Engineer status

Q&A with Chief Executive of the British Ceramics Confederation

DR Laura Cohen MBE CEng FIMMM, Chief Executive of the British Ceramic Confederation discusses the impact of Brexit on ceramics and what is holding back innovation in the industry.

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