• New testing for materials in space

    Materials World magazine
    Surface materials for next-generation satellites have necessitated new techniques in testing and materials characterisation. Ceri Jones reports.
  • Flushing the system

    Materials World magazine
    A repellent coating has been developed to reduce residue sticking to toilets, in a bid to minimise how much water they need to dispose waste. Anthony Caggiano reports.
  • IOM3 launches 3-year business plan

    IOM3
    Following on from November’s changeover to the new governance scheme with the last meeting of the old Council and the first meetings of the new Advisory Council and Executive Board, Trustees have now adopted a new strategy and business plan for 2020-2022.
  • IOM3 responds to Queen's Speech for the next Government

    IOM3
    The Monarch has today set out the Government’s plan following the General Election held on 12 December 2019.
  • An open letter to the Prime Minister signed by IOM3

    IOM3
    Following last week’s general election result, the National Engineering Policy Centre, which represents the voice of 39 of the UK’s leading professional engineering bodies including IOM3, has published an open letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson setting out its key priorities for the new government and Parliament.
  • Nano composite improves air quality

    Materials World magazine
    A graphene-based photocatalyst lowers levels of atmospheric pollutants better than existing materials. Ceri Jones finds out how.
  • IOM3 digital transformation update

    IOM3
    As Materials World goes to press, the new IOM3 system for managing our member and contacts data is in the process of being configured and a new Member Portal is being set up. The new integrated system will replace the current legacy membership database. We are due to make the changeover at the end of January after a period of intensive testing when we return after the Christmas break.
  • A year as IOM3 President by Professor Serena Best CBE FREng CEng FIMMM

    IOM3
    Our 150th Anniversary year is drawing to a close and, looking back over the months, it is clear that 2019 has been an extremely busy and productive time for IOM3. These activities have been captured in a short video which can be viewed on IOM3 TV. There have also been a variety of important changes and developments that mark a new start for us.
  • New service from joint publishers to streamline access to research

    IOM3
    Taylor and Francis has recently announced it has partnered with four other publishers to introduce Get Full Text Research (GetFTR) – a new, free to use programme that enables faster access for researchers to the published journal articles they need.
  • 150th celebrations come to a close

    IOM3
    What a year it has been for IOM3. 2019 marked 150 years since the Iron and Steel Institute was formed. To mark this year, IOM3 has put together a video with all the highlights from the past 12 months of events and activities.

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