3D printing concrete. Credit: HeidelbergCement/Michael Rascheimage

Germany’s first 3D printed concrete residential building

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HeidelbergCement is supplying the material for Germany’s first 3D printed residential building made of concrete.
Employee working at the Large Compounding Line in Linz, Austria. Copyright: Borealis

EIB loan for Borealis to develop plastics circular economy solutions

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The European Investment Bank (EIB) has granted EUR 250 million in funding for Borealis’ research, development and innovation (RDI) programme in the circular economy sphere.

IOM3 celebrates Black History Month

Today is the start of Black History Month (BHM), and IOM3 is here to celebrate black excellence and champion black scientists and engineers who have paved the way for innovation.

IOM3 submits evidence as part of the pre-legislative scrutiny of the draft Building Safety Bill

IOM3 has submitted evidence to the Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee’s inquiry to undertake pre-legislative scrutiny of the draft Building Safety Bill.

IOM3 submits response to Environment Agency river basin planning: challenges and choices consultation

The consultation explores the challenges our waters face and the choices and changes needed to tackle them. The information gathered through this consultation will help the Environment Agency update the current river basin management plans and consider how current approaches will need to change in response to a changing climate and growing population.