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New hot zone concepts from Plansee

Plansee discusses the three newly developed equipment packages it has developed

Stonehenge dogs and pink tattoos

The first dog walk from York to Stonehenge, isotopic analysis

Nobel chemist Fraser Stoddart on European unity and science

The biological environment interacts with nanoparticles, changing their structure and properties and thus their potential toxicity.

Combining meta materials, biomimetics and life

Diving conditions at the Olympics and social media story

An alternative to the rice treatment for your soaked gadget

Ceramic poppies and human blue paints

The circle of life told in waterfalls, iron oxide, paints and junipers

Patrick J. McGeehan, president, Metal Powder Industries Federation presents an outlook of the current powder metal industry in the US.

Magnetic nanoparticles as a microwave road repair additive.

The trouble with anachronistic acronyms - graphic by Derek Ham

It's important to know what to look for when seeking metal finishing services, says Tom Glass, president of Able Electropolishing in the US.

Browse a selection of papers related to the behaviour of H in a range of metals and metallic alloys.

Bert Groenewoud, founder of training company EFC, describes the aims of the organization.

Viscous adhesives and bonding compounds can pose many challenges for reinforced plastics.

carbon nanodots are a new exciting class of metal-free and carbon-rich fluorescent nanomaterials

Pöyry’s Head of Biofutures, Petri Vasara, calls for a recarbonisation revolution of global material flows.

The carbon dioxide problem in making a coffee

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