IOM3 Statement on COVID-19

The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) will continue to monitor and act on advice from the (UK) Government and the World Health Organisation (WHO), regarding precautions on Covid-19 and provide updates if the situation changes. The health and safety of our clients, delegates, speakers, delegates, exhibitors and staff is our top priority.
Construction site at UKAEA Yorkshire, March 2020 (courtesy Harworth Group)

UKAEA’s fusion technology centre steelwork complete

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The UKAEA Yorkshire facility has complete steel superstructure ahead of the unit’s practical completion in September.

Engineering volunteers urgently needed to support front-line NHS staff - can you help?

We have been approached by the Royal Academy of Engineering, on behalf of NHS England, to ask if we as a Professional Engineering Institution could support the NHS in providing technical expertise to the Health Service over the coming weeks.

IOM3 members saving lives in COVID-19 crisis?

IOM3 is planning to profile the vital role of our members in fighting the COVID-19 outbreak. It is clear that IOM3 members have an essential role in providing materials for the new hospitals, PPE for the NHS and in driving new medical devices/ventilators to support patients battling coronavirus.

Interdisciplinary Science Reviews - The Poetry and Music of Science Edition

Materials Science & Technology Division
Interdisciplinary Science Reviews - The Poetry and Music of Science Edition is now available online. Members can read for free.