• John Liddle

    Committee approves Institute award winner

    IOM3
    The award of the 2011 Ivor Jenkins Medal to Dr John Liddle (pictured) has been approvved by the Particulate Engineering Committee, in recognition of his significant role as Director of the former PowdermatriX Faraday Partnership in the UK.
  • New MOD SBRI Competition - Novel Materials for Defence Exploitation

    Defence, Safety and Security Committee
    MOD’s new Materials and Structures Science and Technology Centre is seeking proposals, through the Centre for Defence Enterprise (CDE), to understand and develop novel materials technologies.
  • Photographic competition announced

    Defence, Safety and Security Committee
    The Defence, Safety and Security Committee (DSSC) are pleased to announce the launch of a photographic competition with the theme "Materials for Defence, Safety or Security".
  • TWI awarded SPARK grant with the University of Glasgow

    IOM3
    TWI, one of Europe’s largest independent research and technology organisations has recently been awarded a £5,000 Strategic Project to Access Research and Knowledge (SPARK) award.
  • Current Calls for Defence

    Defence, Safety and Security Committee
    The Centre for Defence Enterprise currently have a number of calls for funding proposals related to defence.
  • Journal of the Month: Powder Metallurgy

    IOM3
    You will have noticed in the recent issue of Materials World , the Institute journal Powder Metallurgy is Maney Publishing’s Journal of the Month in October. If you've not yet taken advantage of our free content for Powder Metallurgy , you have until 15 November 2010 to do so. Each month we feature a key journal, lifting restrictions on content to make it freely available to all, and providing additional insights into the team behind the journal, its history and content.
  • Nominations open for IOM3 Medals and Prizes

    IOM3
    The 2011 Medals and Prizes from IOM3 are open for nominations.
  • Grinding cement

    Grinding ultra-fine cement at industrial level

    Materials World magazine
    A cementitious minerals processing technology could provide an alternative to ball mills for producing ultra-fine-particles for industrial applications, such as grouts for oil and gas exploration and high performance building products. The technology is also said to be suitable for industries handling pumice, calcium carbonate, talc, nepheline syenite, clays, ceramics, zeolites and graphite.
  • POWDERS 2010 Report

    Particulate Engineering Committee
    Report on the Materials KTN Powders community event held in Loughborough on 23 June, 2010.
  • Call for participation in 'Innovation in Aviation Security' project

    Defence, Safety and Security Committee
    The INSTINCT-Technology Demonstrator 2 (TD2) project is designed to discover, trial and showcase emergent security technologies, solutions and ideas for aviation security.

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