• 2010 Davidge Medal: call for entries

    Maney Publishing
    Call for entries now open for the 2010 Davidge Medal; an annual prize for the best literature review by a PhD student on an innovative topic in ceramics. It commemorates the distinguished contributions to the science and application of ceramics made by the late Roger Davidge (1936 -97). The Medal is open to postgraduates studying for a materials science and engineering related qualification at any academic institution worldwide. Initial submissions are due by Friday 30 April 2010 .
  • New award for young architects

    IOM3
    The Institute is sponsoring a prize within the President's Medals co-ordinated by the Royal Institute of British Architects.
  • Call for papers for Materials Congress

    IOM3
    Materials Congress 2010 – Materials for Extreme Environments and Times is inviting papers until 31 March. To be held from 20-23 September in Kuala Lumpur, the technical programme will explore materials and processes that can meet industry and society demand.
  • Refining refractory materials

    Materials World magazine
    Improving the oxidation resistance of carbon-containing refractory bricks and the wettability of castables is the focus of research at the University of Sheffield, UK. This could enhance furnace lining life and performance to benefit the metallurgical processing industries.
  • Washing hands

    Soaking up savings - water efficiency

    Materials World magazine
    Water-efficient technology has vast potential and the associated tax relief can help manufacturers boost their bottom line. Water specialist Claire Sweeney, at UK sustainable business programme Envirowise, reports
  • Counting carbon

    Materials World magazine
    The UK Carbon Reduction Commitment kicks in from April 2010. Alessandra McConville, Environmental Programmes Leader at EEF, the manufacturer’s organisation, provides guidance on the process of compliance.
  • Sunflower Silhouette

    Sustainability conference - have your say!

    IOM3
    The Sustainability Conference Committee invites you to get involved in the planning of the event!
  • Tiles

    Countdown to carbon reduction

    Clay Technology magazine
    The UK Carbon Reduction Commitment kicks in from April 2010 and could affect firms in the heavy clay industry. Alessandra McConville, Environmental Programmes Leader at EEF, the manufacturer’s organisation, guides us on the process of compliance.
  • A builder at work

    Under construction – the UK Government's plans for a new Advisor

    Clay Technology magazine
    The UK Government recently announced its plans to appoint a Chief Construction Advisor (CCA). Gary Price asked key representatives from the sector what they want the CCA to achieve.
  • Conference survey needs your input

    IOM3
    As part of the Institute's continuing commitment to provide the best services and products possible, IOM3 is inviting you to participate in a survey on conferences.

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