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Mark Miodownik, Professor of Materials and Society at University College London, and Director of the Institute of Making, talks to Ellis Davies about his career and the future of materials science.
From aircrafts and skyscrapers to smartphones and packaging, aluminium is one of the most versatile materials used today. Natalie Daniels discovers why.
Ellis Davies talks to Kurt Johanns, Director of Lab Services at Nanomechanics, Inc, about the company’s latest addition, the Service Lab
It is a material best known for creating the highest quality fine bone china. This month, Anna Ploszajski discovers the history of porcelain
This month, Anna Ploszajski explores gold production, its value throughout history and where it all began
They are found in applications from the automotive industry to biomedical implants and hydrogen-based technologies. This month, Anna Ploszajski investigates metal foams
Jay Harman discusses how lessons learned from shark skins to sea urchin spines nature can solve human problems
Ahead of the IOM3 Cosponsored Industrial Nanocomposites Conference hear from Keynote Speaker, Prof Ton Peijs, on his thoughts on the nanocomposites industry.
Geoff Snape asks why the UK is importing so much wood, when more could be grown at home.
This month, Anna Ploszaski takes a closer look at zeolites