• 2019 IOM3 awards announced

    IOM3
    Congratulations to the winners of the Institute's awards, medals and prizes for 2019
  • Surface Engineering Leadership Forum (SELF) launched

    Surface Engineering Division
    A number of professional and trade bodies collaborate to form the Surface Engineering Leadership Forum to draw together resources to assist the surface engineering industries in the UK.
  • 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
  • Making aluminium alloy 7075 weldable

    Materials World magazine
    Aluminium alloy 7075 can now be made weldable to remove the need for joins and reduce weight. Rhiannon Garth Jones reports.
  • IOM3 Digital library offers access to archive

    The Iron & Steel Society
    IOM3 has digitised many papers and discussions from the 1860s onwards. These items are available on our digital library platform
  • 150 years of Iron and Steel goes Digital!

    The Iron & Steel Society
    Steel. It’s everywhere. In the cars we drive, the appliances we use, the buildings we work in and the money in our pockets. It’s almost impossible to get through the...
  • 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.
  • Steel to be carbon-neutral by 2040

    Materials World magazine
    The UK government has launched a new programme to aimed at delivering a cleaner, more sustainable steel industry.

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