As an IOM3 member, you can get access to Federation of European Materials Societies (FEMS) benefits. FEMS is a not-for profit association of European materials societies and associations covering science and engineering in various fields including metals, polymers, ceramics, composites, glasses, nano and biomaterials in 22 different countries
Tomorrow’s Engineers focuses on working with the engineering community to improve the collective impact of our outreach activity. A new website, launched in January 2021, brings together resources to support practitioners in getting the most out of their engineering engagement activity.
The World Economic Forum Davos Agenda will bring together the foremost leaders of the world to address the new global situation, addressing the economic, environmental, social and technological challenges following the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Quantum Sensors project is a consortium to develop sensors for improving quality assessment and battery grading in the manufacturing line intended to advance electric vehicle battery manufacturing.
Alloys are a focus of this latest issue with papers on Microstructure and properties of high power-SLM 24CrNiMoY alloy steel at different laser energy density and tempering temperature, Single-step sinter-aging heat treatment of metastable-beta type Ti–Nb–Cu alloy and Influence of starting powders on the final properties of W-Cu alloys manufactured through rapid sinter pressing technique, among others.
Papers in this new issue look at topics including flame and fire retardancy of polymer-based composites, eco-friendly synthesis and characterisations of single-wall carbon nanotubes/Ag nanoparticle heterostructures and evaluation of the effect of temperature on skid resistance of different asphalt mixtures.
A total of 400Mt of essential aggregates, industrial minerals and other manufactured mineral products were produced in Great Britain in 2018, according to the latest figures published by the UK Mineral Products Association (MPA). This is said to be the UK’s biggest producer by volume.