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The engineer is human - lessons from Columbia

Materials World magazine
Civil engineer Matt Melis of the Glenn Research Center talks in-depth about the findings of NASA’s post-Columbia Accident Investigation and the resulting lessons for industry.

Nanocomposites for better barriers

Materials World magazine
A novel nanocomposite could improve the mechanical and thermal properties and decrease the oxygen permeability of barrier packaging.
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Infrared alerts for composite materials

Materials World magazine
A novel infrared imaging method could improve understanding of the thermal properties and fire resistance of composite materials.
hip implant

Hip forever? Graphitic lubricant for metal-on-metal implants

Materials World magazine
Hip implants that last a lifetime could soon be within reach after researchers found a lubricating layer that forms on metal-on-metal implants.