• Memorabilia giveaway

    IOM3
    To celebrate the 150th anniversary year, IOM3 is giving members the opportunity to collect some memorabilia from the Institute through the decades.
  • IOM3 launches second mentoring initiative

    IOM3
    IOM3 has followed up the launch of its mentoring programme for recently graduated members last year, with a new initiative aimed at those who are longer-standing.
  • IOM3 welcomes launch of key waste and packaging consultations

    IOM3
    Reacting to the launch this week of four significant government consultations on reducing packaging, introducing new initiatives for waste systems and cutting plastic pollution, IOM3 has welcomed these concrete steps to implement the commitments made in the Government’s Resources and Waste Strategy published in 2018.
  • High-performance materials for supercapacitors

    Materials World magazine
    New materials developed for supercapacitors are proven to have higher voltage and improved stability.
  • Artificial intelligence could help control material properties

    Materials World magazine
    Material properties can change by applying a small amount of strain, and researchers have found a way to control these changes.
  • Applications open for the Materials Science Venture Prize 2019

    IOM3
    Applications are currently invited for the 2019 annual Venture Prize to support the commercialisation of materials science research or technology.
  • Member survey – have your say

    IOM3
    The Institute is currently looking at ways in which it can better meet the professional needs of its members and improve the overall member experience. As part of this exercise, we will be issuing a digital member survey in the coming weeks and hope as many members as possible will complete it.
  • Nanosurfaces 2019 makes a return

    IOM3
    Nanosurfaces 2019 is making a return from its previous event held in 2017. This event will provide a unique opportunity to discover the latest developments in nano-enabled surface science using physical and chemical surface modification and nanoparticle enhanced formulations.
  • Credit: Withers & Rogers

    Patent of the Month

    Materials World magazine
    Patent Attorney Gemma McGeough at Withers & Rogers discusses a patent for analysing fluid flow on a nanoscopic scale.
  • The ion beamline at Sandia National Labs, USA, where the new radiation damage measurement system has been installed and tested.  Credit – Cody Dennett

    Real-time radiation testing

    Materials World magazine
    Neutron radiation changes to materials can be tracked non-destructively. Ceri Jones spoke to the maker of a new system.

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