Chairs of the International Organising Committee, Joe Sopko and Alan Auld personally invite you to attend.
Now the fundraising round is closed, the mining company will progress its hard-rock lithium project to be construction ready.
Up to £65mln will be available for ground-breaking innovations in space technologies and applications.
Demand across Europe recycled polyolefins is expected to remain low for the remainder of 2023 as bearish macroeconomics continue to drag on the sector.
IOM3 is deeply saddened by the news of the death of David Seath, Trustee and supporter of the Institute.
Antigua and Barbuda and Timor-Leste join a growing bloc of six Pacific nations pushing for a fossil fuel non-proliferation treaty.
Nissan reportedly plans to achieve 100% electric vehicle sales in Europe by 2030.
The UK and Japanese Governments are co-funding research to detect and process radioactive waste.
A cloud-based system that detects sewer blockages to reduce river pollution was reportedly 90% accurate during a recent trial.
Airbus Helicopters has unveiled the PioneerLab for testing technologies that reduce helicopter emissions, increase autonomy and integrate bio-based materials.
Nordic Co-operation finds that by universally adopting these rules, annual mismanaged plastic production could be reduced by 90% by 2040.
Queen Mary University of London, UK, seeks to change perceptions through a showcase of stories from engineers that are typically under-represented.
The British Standards Institution (BSI) is establishing a new committee to feed UK views into a newly created international ISO technical committee that will develop standards in the field of specialty metals and materials.
The Governor of the State of Massachusetts in the US, Maura Healey, has signed an executive order to end the purchasing of single-use plastic bottles by state agencies.
A quick look at the Hong Kong Branch of IOM3 and its plans for the two day conference in November.
Legal mines in Brazil may contribute to 5% of global emissions if left active, a paper proposing an offset for these mines has revealed.
Papers include Insights into crystallographic and topographic characteristics of local corrosion attack on zinc, and Methodology for ranking internal corrosion-induced leakage susceptibility in oilfield pipelines.
Yesterday’s (21 September) Prime Minister's speech rolls back previous government commitments, undermining confidence and dismantling the certainty required by industry to justify investment in the UK.
Papers include Surface modification of urinary catheters, Improvement of current-carrying tribological behaviour via laser surface texture and A green vanadium-based formulation for the conversion of steel.
E3 Lithium has managed to recover more than 90% of lithium from its Direct Lithium Extraction field pilot plant in Alberta, Canada.