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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.
Materials World talks to Nigel Flowers, UK Managing Director at Sumitomo (SHI) Demag, about injection moulding with bio-plastics.
We look at plastics made from sugarcane, milk and a range of other biomass sources.
Anna Ploszajski delves into the history of one of mankind’s longest used natural resources.
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.
From nanotechnology to automotive components and textiles – hemp has a number of diverse applications. This month, Anna Ploszajski discovers the history behind the fibre.
Mark Godden looks at the regulatory methods for preventing workplace exposure to respirable crystalline silica.
More than two years after the implementation of CE marking on stone products, Mark Godden says confusion still reigns in the industry regarding the application of the law.
Tracy Sutton talks about what sustainable packaging really means and what can be done to implement more environmentally friendly solutions
Jay Harman discusses how lessons learned from shark skins to sea urchin spines nature can solve human problems