• Frozen knowledge

    Biobanks and resources have opened up a whole new way of performing research with big cohorts of patients. Anna Perman investigates.
  • 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.
  • Q&A – Dr Lilian Hodgson

    Kathryn Allen talks to Dr Lilian Hodgson FIMMM about choosing a career path and maintaining a work–life balance.
  • Dealing with plastic waste

    The amount of single-use plastic material littering the countryside, rivers, and oceans has stirred plenty of emotion in recent months. But, what can be done to change this? Stuart Patrick* investigates.
  • Training for a digital world

    Kathryn Allen examines what digitalisation could mean for career paths and job requirements.
  • Q&A – Adam Waugh

    Since Adam Waugh joined BlueRock Diamonds as CEO, the company has undergone a mini revolution, following a number of issues, including poor machinery. He tells Gary Peters what has changed and why the future now looks a lot brighter.
  • Time to levy change?

    Kathryn Allen takes a look at recent reports on the apprenticeship levy.
  • How to... carry out quality control in additive manufacturing

    Peter Morgan, Technical Product Specialist at Elementar UK, discusses how 3D printing works, the role of metals and plastics in the process, and what techniques can be used for quality control.

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