• Visit IOM3 at Advanced Engineering 2019

    IOM3 and the British Composites Society are for another year supporting the Advanced Engineering show taking place at the NEC on 30–31 October. We will be providing information about our activities in composites and other sectors relevant to advanced engineering, membership of IOM3, our technical and library services, publications and how we can help you progress your career.
  • Think you know engineering? Think again

    This is Engineering Day will take place on 6 November 2019. It is a campaign to bring engineering to life for young people, and give more people the opportunity to pursue a career that is rewarding, future shaping, varied, well paid and in-demand.
  • How graphene deters mosquitoes

    Materials World magazine
    Graphene proves to protect against mosquito bites and also neutralises their awareness of a human presence. Ceri Jones reports.
  • Transforming Foundation Industries ISCF Challenge – 2nd deep dive workshop

    Dr Simon Hogg, IOM3 Strategic Advisor on the Technology Communities Board attended the Transforming Foundation Industries ISCF Challenge – 2nd deep dive workshop. Here, he talks about the event and outcomes.
  • Government seeking consultation on Rare Earth Metals and Products

    Rare earth elements are materials of increasing importance in the production of high performance magnets, materials, semi-conductors and catalysts. The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) are currently seeking IOM3 advice regarding the disruptions to the global supplt of rare earth materials and products.
  • Seeking nominations for 2020 Charles Hatchett Award

    Nominations for the 2019 Charles Hatchett Award are open, with a closing deadline of 1 December 2019
  • Nominations for 2020 awards open

    Nominations are invited for the 2020 IOM3 awards from 5 September 2020 with the closing date on the 31 January 2019.
  • Pupils discover the magic of materials

    At the beginning of July, 17 pupils aged 14–15 participated in the fifth Magic of Materials summer school, held in London, UK. The three-day residential course is designed to broaden and deepen the attendees’ knowledge and understanding of materials, beyond the confines of the school curriculum.
  • Q&A – Simon Hogg

    Natalie Daniels interviews IOM3 Strategic Advisor, Simon Hogg, a Senior Lecturer in Metallurgy in the Department of Materials at Loughborough University.
  • Engineering profession calls for action to secure the UK’s future economy and society

    IOM3 is pleased to p artner with the National Engineering Policy Centre to support its key priorities for forthcoming government spending and policy decisions i n Engineering priorities for our future economy and society.