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  • Q&A with Dr Rachael Ambury from Element Six

    Senior Scientist and Project Lead at Element Six, Dr Rachael Ambury CEng CSci FIMMM, winner of the IOM3 Robert Perrin Award for commitment to outreach activities, talks to Idha Valeur about the importance of outreach work.
  • Obituary - Ralph Sanderson CEng FIMMM FNEIMME

    Ralph was an active and highly respected member of the North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers and later became President of the North of England Branch of IMinE
  • The Surface Engineering Leadership Forum

    The newly established Surface Engineering Leadership Forum is working to promote the sector. Monitor Coatings Managing Director, Dr Bryan Allcock, and former IOM3 Materials Advisor, Dr Geoff Hale, discuss its role.
  • Making progress in polymers

    Polymers are changing, with developments focused on meeting our high demands while also addressing major global challenges in waste and recycling. IOM3 Polymer Society Divisional Board Chair, Stuart Patrick, discusses some ongoing projects.
  • The value of ceramics

    The Ceramic Society talks about the importance of ceramic materials, their numerous beneficial properties and the prospects for future applications.
  • Member's Benevolent Trust

    IOM3 Trustee Gavin Bowyer recounts the founding of the Member's Benevolent Trust, which supports members and their families in times of need.
  • Women in Materials

    Women who worked in the materials and mining professions during the last century were pioneers in their time, entering what was very much a man’s world, and many of them made significant contributions and became prominent in their field
  • Obituary - Dr Mark Caul CEng CEnv FIMMM APkgPrf

    Dr Caul was an outstanding professional in the packaging sector, an inspiration and a mentor to many other packaging technologists in the industry
  • Obituary - Dr John Kenneth Almond MIMMM

    Jake Almond was known for his huge breadth of interests and he became a hub for information exchange on matters of industrial archaeology, not only relating to mining and metallurgy but to the industrial history of the nation
  • Obituary - Professor Paul O'Brien FRS FREng CEng FIMMM

    Paul O’Brien was a well-loved academic whose work to generate new soft processing pathways to semiconductor materials led to successful spin outs capacity-building in Africa

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