• 2019 IOM3 awards announced

    IOM3
    Congratulations to the winners of the Institute's awards, medals and prizes for 2019
  • Training courses available at IRC2019

    IOM3
    In conjunction with this year’s IRC2019 conference, there will be an opportunity to attend various training courses on Monday 2 September 2019 held by the Rubber Division, Lord and Rubber Consultants at the Oval in London.
  • Surface Engineering Leadership Forum (SELF) launched

    Surface Engineering Division
    A number of professional and trade bodies collaborate to form the Surface Engineering Leadership Forum to draw together resources to assist the surface engineering industries in the UK.
  • IOM3 appoints Strategic Advisors

    IOM3
    In 2018, the Trustees of IOM3 approved the creation of a new Technical Communities Board (TCB) The TCB’s role will be to provide a catalyst for multidisciplinary activity between technical groups of IOM3. The selection process is now complete and we are pleased to announce our new Strategic Advisors.
  • Age limits in IOM3 activities

    IOM3
    IOM3 responds to the age limits in IOM3 related activities
  • 3D-printed acoustic metamaterial

    Sound-cancelling acoustic metamaterial

    Materials World magazine
    A new 3D-printed acoustic metamaterial can block 94% of sounds using an open, ring-like structure.
  • The Iron Cycle - Fe 150 Conference

    Mineral Processing & Extractive Metallurgy Division
    The Resource divisions are contributing to the 150 anniversary of IOM3 by arranging the one-day conference “The Iron Cycle – Fe 150” at 297ER on 20 March 2019
  • Submissions to the 2019 Davidge Award are now open

    The Ceramics Society
    The Davidge Award is an annual prize for the best literature review by a PhD student on an innovative topic in ceramics. The award is run and judged by the Editors of Advances in Applied Ceramics: Structural, Functional and Bioceramics (AAC), the specialist ceramics journal of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3), and is open to postgraduates studying for a materials science and engineering related qualification at any academic institution worldwide.
  • Reusable adhesive works underwater

    IOM3
    A new reusable adhesive developed from shape memory polymers can work underwater. Shardell Joseph reports.
  • Say no to repellent fabrics

    Materials World magazine
    Waterproof outerwear is over-engineered using chemicals that should be phased out, say researchers . Ceri Jones looks at the alternatives.

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