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Enter the Schools Geology Challenge

Competition for A-level students from The Geological Society

Union Jack releases Competent Person’s summary for Kirkham Abbey Formation

Union Jack Oil plc has provided summary details from a Competent Person’s Report dated September 2022, prepared by RPS Energy Canada Ltd.

England's Building Advisory Committee wants you

The Building Safety Regulator (BSR) is seeking applications from appropriately experienced industry representatives to join the steering group of the Building Advisory Committee (BAC).

Plastics, Rubber and Composites special issue, Manufacturing of Advanced Composites, ready to read

This new issue includes Transverse liquid composite moulding processes for advanced composites material manufacturing, Contact resistance heating of unidirectional carbon fibre tows in a powder-epoxy towpregging line, and Investigations on the mechanical properties of PLA/Flax fibre composites obtained by fused filament fabrication.

Chancellor of the Exchequer delivers first major fiscal intervention of the Truss government

On Friday, Kwasi Kwarteng delivered a fiscal statement reaffirming the government’s plans for an energy bills support package and unveiling a new Growth Plan.

Drones to protect coal storage sites

An autonomous robotic inspection system is being developed for coal waste storage facilities.

General Motors partners with battery recovery company

The car manufacturer is investing in battery recycling technology that has a recovery rate of more than 95%.

International Materials Reviews, Vol. 67, No. 7, out now

Reviews in this issue are Piezoelectric materials and systems for tissue engineering and implantable energy harvesting devices for biomedical applications, Current progresses and future prospects on aluminium–air batteries, and Glycosaminoglycans as polyelectrolytes: implications in bioactivity and assembly of biomedical devices.

Magnox looking for suppliers for Harwell decommissioning

Magnox Limited is inviting suppliers to collaborate on two separate decommissioning projects at the former nuclear research site at Harwell, Oxfordshire.

Flashy Science

A virtual laboratory to support 11-18 learning

UK's first carbon-storage licensing

This comes as North Sea oil and gas industry cuts greenhouse gas emissions by more than a fifth since 2018.

Heavy metals back sustainable transition plans

Industry leaders back plans for zero-emissions aluminium, ammonia and steel.

How I got into Materials Science

SECC members talk about how they eventually got into Materials Science.

New dawn for carbon fibre

The National Composites Centre (NCC), UK, is launching a three-year programme to scale up the industrial recycling of continuous carbon fibre in the UK.

A concise history of enamel

The word enamel comes the High German word 'smelzan' later becoming 'esmail' in Old French. Hence the current usage of 'smalto' in Italian, 'email' in French and German and 'enamel' in English.

Foundation industries competition for sustainable SMEs

A technology SME with sustainability improvements for foundation industries can explore innovation opportunities with India.

Expensive energy hits European plastics converters

The sector trade association says that EU essential packaged goods are at risk because of the higher-prices.

Funding available for smart sustainable plastic projects

There is £2.5mln of available funding for research and innovation projects into novel plastic solutions.

IOM3 2022 AGM on-demand

The 2022 Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Institute of Materials, Minerals & Mining was held on 13 September 2022.

Five IOM3 members elected as new Royal Academy of Engineering Fellows

The Royal Academy of Engineering elected 72 leading figures in the field of engineering and technology to Fellowship on 20 September 2022.

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