• Surface Engineering, Vol. 33, No. 3

    Surface Engineering Division
    Surface Engineering , Vol. 33, No. 3, 04 Mar 2017 is now available. Members can read for free.
  • BDA Brick Awards 2016

    Clay Technology magazine
    A selection of standout winners from the 2016 BDA Brick Awards
  • Graphene made cheaper with soybean oil

    Materials World magazine
    A CSIRO research team has turned to soybean oil in an effort to combat the expensive means of graphene production.
  • NASA improves silicon X-ray mirrors

    Materials World magazine
    New lightweight silicon optics could decrease the cost, and improve the performance, of large space observatories, as Ellis Davies reports.
  • Surface Engineering, Vol. 33, No. 2

    Surface Engineering Division
    Surface Engineering , Vol. 33, No. 2, 01 Feb 2017 is now available. Members can read for free.
  • Materials Technology, Vol. 32, No. 2

    Materials Science & Technology Division
    Materials Technology , Vol. 32, No. 2, 28 Jan 2017 is now available. Members can read for free.
  • 60 seconds on...robot skin

    Materials World magazine
    What is it? A technology that allows robots to feel their surroundings internally, similar to how humans feel things. Who created it? A Cornell University, USA, group, led by Robert...
  • WEST tokamak produces first plasma

    Materials World magazine
    The WEST project’s success in producing its first plasma allows it to test materials for the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor. Kathryn Allen reports.
  • Drones swarm the Venetian Lagoon

    Materials World magazine
    The subCULTron project looks to nature for the design of its 120-strong underwater robotic swarm. But how has it informed the material choices? Khai Trung Le finds out.
  • Custom silk

    Materials World magazine
    Sustainable, edible and biocompatible, silk is a versatile material. Ellis Davies reports on a new development to give 3D bulk materials made of silk protein custom functions.

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