• NetComposites Announces Programme for the Industrial Nanocomposites Conference

    The British Composites Society
    NetComposites has announced the programme for its latest international conference, which will explore the current and future uses of nanocomposites in a variety of applications.
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    Materials World magazine
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    Materials World magazine
    Following the 2015 Ashes series, Rhiannon Garth Jones looks at the materials that contributed to the excitement
  • A heated exchange

    Materials World magazine
    The birthplace of graphene has sought to utilise the material in increasing fuel efficiency in cars. But not everyone is convinced by the University of Manchester’s latest efforts. Khai Trung Le reports
  • Silver and gold

    Materials World magazine
    Following seven years of work, University of Bolton Professor Mohsen Miraftab speaks with Khai Trung Le about the innovative wound dressing that aims to challenge the market leaders
  • Formula Student 2015 testing at Silverstone

    Materials World magazine
    James Perkins witnessed static testing day at Formula Student 2015, at Silverstone, and talked to the students about their materials choices.
  • A starry success

    Materials World magazine
    Natalie Daniels speaks to David Wiggins about this year’s Starpack Award entries
  • Jonathon Riley, PhD student at University of St Andrews, uses the facilities at the Diamond Light Source.

    Diamond Light Source: shining a light

    Materials World magazine
    Simon Frost reports on pioneering research made possible by the facilities at Diamond Light Source, UK
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    Elements of risk – the cost of niobium

    Materials World magazine
    In the latest instalment of Elements of risk , Khai Trung Le looks at the supply of niobium
  • Swire by Matt Shlian

    Paper-thin plan

    Materials World magazine
    Kirigami, the Japanese art of paper cutting, may hold the key to flexible and stretchable electronics. Khai Trung Le reports