• IOM3 appoints Strategic Advisors

    IOM3
    In 2018, the Trustees of IOM3 approved the creation of a new Technical Communities Board (TCB) The TCB’s role will be to provide a catalyst for multidisciplinary activity between technical groups of IOM3. The selection process is now complete and we are pleased to announce our new Strategic Advisors.
  • Age limits in IOM3 activities

    IOM3
    IOM3 responds to the age limits in IOM3 related activities
  • The Iron Cycle - Fe 150 Conference

    Mineral Processing & Extractive Metallurgy Division
    The Resource divisions are contributing to the 150 anniversary of IOM3 by arranging the one-day conference “The Iron Cycle – Fe 150” at 297ER on 20 March 2019
  • Memorabilia giveaway

    IOM3
    To celebrate the 150th anniversary year, IOM3 is giving members the opportunity to collect some memorabilia from the Institute through the decades.
  • IOM3 launches second mentoring initiative

    IOM3
    IOM3 has followed up the launch of its mentoring programme for recently graduated members last year, with a new initiative aimed at those who are longer-standing.
  • Member survey – have your say

    IOM3
    The Institute is currently looking at ways in which it can better meet the professional needs of its members and improve the overall member experience. As part of this exercise, we will be issuing a digital member survey in the coming weeks and hope as many members as possible will complete it.
  • Nanosurfaces 2019 makes a return

    IOM3
    Nanosurfaces 2019 is making a return from its previous event held in 2017. This event will provide a unique opportunity to discover the latest developments in nano-enabled surface science using physical and chemical surface modification and nanoparticle enhanced formulations.
  • Variations of three-layer structures. Image credit: Osaka University

    Adhering without adhesives

    Materials World magazine
    A method to adhere vulcanised rubber to plastic or other materials without an adhesive has been developed by Japanese researchers. Idha Valeur reports.
  • The sensor probes are formed by a 100nm thick layer of gold as it is resilient and does not interfere with cell chemistry. CREDIT: © 2018 SOMEYA GROUP.

    Monitoring the beating heart

    Materials World magazine
    A nano sensor to monitor heart cells with minimal disruption has been developed by Japanese engineers. Katherine Williams reports.
  • Adhesion '19 Medal Winners announced

    The Society for Adhesion & Adhesives
    The Society for Adhesion and Adhesives (SAA) announces the recipients of the two medals to be presented at the Adhesion ’19 conference in September.

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