• Digging deep: Black miners museum project

    Materials World magazine
    Migrants miners working in Britain’s coal industry are being celebrated by the National Coal Mining Museum in Wakefield, UK. Through a series of panels, artworks, artefacts, personal possessions and audio interviews, the exhibition shares the stories of African Caribbean people living and working in the UK. Here, Historian and Curator, Norma Gregory , introduces the exhibition.
  • Scania's new self-driving cabless truck

    Materials World magazine
    A new self-driving, cabless truck that runs on biofuel is to enter heavy industries. Idha Valeur reports.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Fire safety

    IOM3 Digital Library
    In advance of Fire Safety - The Role of Materials in the Built Environment the IOM3 Digital Library team have identified content relating to this topic.
  • UMC recycle rare earth magnets, make new ones

    Materials World magazine
    A Texas-based company recycles neodymium-based magnets to make new ones.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Inclusion, diversity and equality – a professional matter

    IOM3 already requires its members to comply with a code of professional conduct, which includes respecting others, and this is supported by our statement on equality, diversity and inclusion
  • IOM3 member discount on APCs for IOM3 journals

    The Institute and Taylor & Francis are offering a 30% APC discount for IOM3 members electing to publish Gold open access content in IOM3 journals. The Institute is committed to the sharing of knowledge and believes this is a valuable step in encouraging authors to make more use of our journals.