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In 1997, the current land speed record was set following a race to Mach 1.
Only in Las Vegas, USA, could you get a brain clinic that has an alter ego as an events venue, the Lou Ruvo Clinic for Brain Health. Ines Nastali investigates the materials used to build the hospital with a twist.
Sara Cammarano, Senior Industrial Issues Executive at the British Plastics Federation, gives an overview of injection moulding.
James Perkins investigates the surprising connection between yoga pants and artificial hearts.
Professor Hepburn, a stalwart supporter of the IOM3 Rubber in Engineering Group and a major figure in the UK rubber community, passed away on 18 January 2017
Chris Berry, Manager of Medical Device Physical Testing at Smithers Pira, UK, talks to Ellis Davies about the company’s new medical device testing facility.
Are you thinking of becoming professionally registered? Ian Bowbrick and Deborah Seddon identify the steps to help you on your way to achieving Chartered Engineer status
From the playthings of the ancient Mesoamericans to Wellington boots, car tyres to hot water bottles, natural and synthetic rubber has a rich and storied history, as Anna Ploszajski finds out
Ahead of the IOM3 Cosponsored Industrial Nanocomposites Conference hear from Keynote Speaker, Prof Ton Peijs, on his thoughts on the nanocomposites industry.
Sculptors and founders speak to Sharon Ann Holgate about the materials and processes used in the creation of their artworks