Most feature articles are only visible to IOM3 members. Log in or join us to see more content.
Mark Miodownik, Professor of Materials and Society at University College London, and Director of the Institute of Making, talks to Ellis Davies about his career and the future of materials science.
Trevor Wright, MTM Technical Specialist at analytical instruments company Shimadzu UK Limited, talks through the USF-2000A system and how it can be used to test metal samples.
Ben Morgan of Nikon Metrology explains how the company’s computed tomography scans of rock core samples have been used to improve oil and gas flow predictions.
A mausoleum and example of Indo-Islamic architecture, the Taj Mahal has become synonymous with India. However, it faces threats from pollution and tourism. Kathryn Allen takes a look at its history.
Henniker Scientific Ltd, UK, explain the advantages of using plasma treatment to maintain microscopy equipment.
Kathryn Allen talks to Laura Jones CEng CEnv FIMMM about her career and chartership.
In 1997, the current land speed record was set following a race to Mach 1.
Phil Webb, Cranfield University, UK, looks at automation and the potential of humans collaborating with robots.
The world’s deep-sea trenches are mysterious and relatively unexplored areas with the potential to influence the world’s climate. Automation is helping to analyse and answer the questions of the oceans depths, as Faulhaber explains.
Kathryn Allen talks to Dr Lilian Hodgson FIMMM about choosing a career path and maintaining a work–life balance.