• Q&A – Laura Jones

    Kathryn Allen talks to Laura Jones CEng CEnv FIMMM about her career and chartership.
  • Material Marvels: the Taj Mahal

    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.
  • Q&A – David Kelly

    David Kelly, Group Director of the UK’s Building Research Establishment’s Innovation Parks Network, talks to Gary Peters about how the organisation is engaging with the sustainability agenda, and how it developed its dementia-friendly and flood-resistant homes.
  • The best use

    Beth Harlen looks at the technology helping doctors and medical device developers make better use of materials information to help engineering enterprises use them creatively in their products.
  • Lesotho: small country emerges as diamond giant

    Michael Schwartz looks at mining companies’ role in Lesotho’s economy and their views on the country as a mining-friendly administration.
  • Beyond plain sight

    Dr Karen Alvey and Dr David Scurr explore the analysis of nanoscale materials and the work carried out at the University of Nottingham’s Nanoscale and Microscale Research Centre, UK.
  • Cold tissue

    Malavika Nair, Professor Serena Best, and Professor Ruth Cameron investigate how to design ice-templated collagen scaffolds for tissue regeneration.
  • Striking gold

    Tim Outteridge, Secretary-General, International Molybdenum Association looks into the recycling of gold from e-waste.
  • Q&A – Tim McCutcheon

    Tim McCutcheon, President at Wealth Minerals, which has interests in Canada, Mexico, Peru, and Chile, tells Gary Peters about the company’s foray into lithium mining.
  • Material Marvels: The chase

    In 1997, the current land speed record was set following a race to Mach 1.

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