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Qualifications in metallurgy are increasingly diminishing in the UK. Richard Brown of M&C Educational Training Services Ltd discusses the current situation and how metallurgy training can be saved.
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.
Natalie Daniels speaks to Amanda Quadling about her career taking new materials from the manufacturing process to the end user.
Ed Littlewood, Marketing Manager of the Medical Dental Products Division at Renishaw, UK, talks to Ellis Davies about using additive manufacturing to create surgical guides and implants.
Ellis Davies talks to Kevin Shikoluk, Strategic Marketing Leader for GE’s Digital Mine about the range of solutions it provides.
Ledetta Asfa-Wossen asks the experts what Britain’s departure from the EU could mean for business, R&D and health and safety in the mining industry.
Rhiannon Garth Jones talks to Henk van Alphen about his career in the mining industry and why lithium is so important
Mark Godden looks at how responsibility for the safety of HGVs extends from the quarry to drivers and cyclists
Simon Frost speaks to the forefather of a class of cage-like porous materials that hold promise for some of the most hotly sought applications in science
Jane Plant made a lifetime contribution to earth sciences and was appointed the first woman President of the former IMM in 2001