IOM3 has recently invested in a new design of tote bags for our conferences and events. This reusable bag with our new visual identity has excellent environmental credentials in line with our desire to help professionals in materials, minerals and mining be heroes of the transition to a low-carbon, resource-efficient society.
The Rt Honourable Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP and Minister of State for Energy, Clean Growth and Climate Change will give the lunchtime address at our upcoming IOM3 Energy Transition seminar in London on 12 October.
ICON, our publicly searchable library catalogue, has seen an increase in visits and records during the second quarter of 2021. The majority of our users are in the UK and we have seen growing international interest in our library holdings.
Government has today (17 August) announced plans to create tens of thousands of jobs, invest billions of pounds and create new export opportunities by introducing the UK’s first ever Hydrogen Strategy.
The IOM3 Advisory Council exists to advise the Executive Board on major strategic issues and consists of the Officers of the Institute together with 21 members representing the Technical Communities, eight members representing Grades and seven members representing UK and overseas regions.
Today (9 August), the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released the first contribution of its Sixth Assessment Report (AR6), from Working Group I, entitled Climate Change 2021: the Physical Science Basis. The main headline is that climate change caused by human activity is ‘widespread, rapid, and intensifying’.
Following the success of past Matopoly events in London, Manchester, Birmingham, Oxford, Liverpool and Perth (Australia), the IOM3 Student & Early Career Committee is pleased to announce that the 2021 Matopoly will be returning to Birmingham in October.
Why not catch on demand our webinar on the 'Recyclability of Light Alloys,' exploring the recyclability in manufacturing processes using aluminium packaging and titanium.
Free to IOM3 members. Sign up and watch back at: bit.ly/2Xiqqo8#RecycleWeek
#RecycleWeek is here! Our next article by @materialsworld focuses on the Faraday battery challenge and why battery recycling will be good for the environment and business.
Read full article at: bit.ly/3A5m9CV