Natalie Daniels

ClayTech UK 2016 – Technology makes it possible, people make it happen

Ahead of ClayTech 2016, Natalie Daniels takes a look at the current state of the industry and the planned programme of talks.

A nuclear renaissance?

Natalie Daniels takes a look at the operating, planned and proposed nuclear reactors around the world

Rejected recycling rates reach new highs

Materials World magazine
The UK seems to have been left confused by what we can and can’t recycle, as new figures reveal rejected recyclable waste has reached new highs. Natalie Daniels reports

An interview with Professor Jason Love on gold recovery from electronics

Materials World magazine
Hundreds of tonnes of gold could be recovered from old electronic devices every year thanks to new research at the University of Edinburgh, UK

The latest in packaging news

Materials World magazine
Natalie Daniels looks at the latest in packaging news from eliminating bad bacteria from food packaging to solutions to tackle coffee cup waste

New flywheel system developed by UK-based engineering student

Materials World magazine
Natalie Daniels speaks to Abigail Carson about developing an energy storage system – its design and plans for its commercialisation.

Engineered ‘sand’ to cool electronic devices

Materials World magazine
Researchers develop a new material formed of silicon dioxide nanoparticles coated with a high dielectric constant polymer that resembles sand

How can candidates use LinkedIn for job searching?

Recruiters and candidates can benefit from LinkedIn. Natalie Daniels finds out how

Talking engineering careers and children’s books with Kerrine Bryan

Natalie Daniels hears from Kerrine Bryan about her career as an electrical engineer and what inspired her to write a series of children's books based on engineering and science

The materials behind the Tate Modern extension

Natalie Daniels takes a closer look at the revamp of the Tate Modern, and finds out why brick prevailed in its construction


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