• A nano risk

    Clay Technology magazine
    A report looks into the potential dangers of nanotechnology in the construction industry. Ellis Davies investigates.
  • Reaching new heights

    Materials World magazine
    Norway is to build the world’s tallest timber building.
  • Patent of the month: Predicted thickness

    Materials World magazine
    This month, Dr Jennifer Unsworth of intellectual property firm Withers & Rogers, looks at a patented method that enables measuring of coating thickness on a curved surface.
  • The value of additive manufacturing

    Materials World magazine
    The fusing of molecular science and engineering could be the key to solving some of the biggest challenges in additive manufacturing (AM), as Ellis Davies reports.
  • A smarter outfit

    Materials World magazine
    Ellis Davies rounds up recent developments in smart fabrics and clothing.
  • A beautiful mess

    Materials World magazine
    A control sample gone wrong proves worthy of a photography prize.
  • Lattice disruption

    Materials World magazine
    Turkish artist Pinar Yoldas seeks to break down complex scientific processes into works of art.
  • The plane in the living room

    Materials World magazine
    Two brothers from Bath created a business in 2012 that turns plane scrap into custom-made furniture
  • Pot improvement

    Materials World magazine
    Material selection is key to more efficient heating of pots and pans, argues Dr Jennifer Unsworth of intellectual property firm Withers & Rogers.
  • Where’s the next generation of packaging technologists?

    Materials World magazine
    At the Packaging Innovations 2017 event, held at Olympia, London, from 13-14 September, a range of companies and people gathered to dissect the latest developments in the industry. However, there was also a focus on the future, as Gary Peters reports.

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