• Materials Protecting People 2018 addresses healthcare, security and air quality

    IOM3
    Lord Haskell has been annouced as one of the speakers at this year's event where he will give a brief opening address followed by a host of programme speakers including Professor Cameron Alexander of Nottingham University, Professor Giuseppe Battaglia of University College London, and Professor Gary Critchlow of Loughborough University who will address the key issues affecting the protection of people in society today.
  • Science innovation at the Mary Rose

    Materials World magazine
    Khai Trung Le talks to Professors Serena Corr and Eleanor Schofield on the scientific innovations used in the restoration of the Mary Rose .
  • Don’t wear it out

    Materials World magazine
    A new take on an old material is believed to have created the world’s most wear-resistant alloy, as Ellis Davies reports.
  • Euro PM2018 Congress & Exhibition : come and see IOM3 on stand 71

    Particulate Engineering Committee
    IOM3, through our Particulate Engineering Committee (PEC) will be exhibiting at the EPMA Euro PM 2018 Congress in Bilbao, Spain. This event runs from 14-18 October 2018, at the Bilbao Conference Centre
  • Nominations invited for BCS Student Award for Attendance at ICCM 2019

    The British Composites Society
    Nominations for the BCS Student Paper Award for Attendance at ICCM22 , consisting of £1000 towards expenses of attending the conference, are required before the end of October
  • Patent of the month: Feel the buzz

    Materials World magazine
    This month, Dr Jennifer Unsworth, Patent Attorney at intellectual property law firm Withers and Rogers, looks at a patent that improves cathode technology.
  • 2018 IOM3 Premier Awards dinner

    IOM3
    The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) presented the 2018 Premier Awards to winners at a black tie event in London on 3 July
  • Patent of the month: sun-soaked

    Materials World magazine
    With homeowners looking to microgeneration and renewable energy as means of reducing their energy bills, nanomaterial could help to make this more viable. Dr Jennifer Unsworth, Patent Attorney at law firm Withers & Rogers, reports
  • Have we finally found industrial graphene manufacture?

    Materials World magazine
    MIT joins the ranks with claims of a continuous, high-quality and scalable means of manufacturing graphene. Khai Trung Le reports.
  • Nanocage for efficient hydrogen storage

    Materials World magazine
    A project aiming to improve the safety and efficiency of hydrogen storage is developing composite materials to allow controllable release of the gas. Kathryn Allen reports.

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