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Thank you to everyone that entered this year's cover competition: we received hundreds of fantastic entries. Each of the ten winners will have their image featured on the cover of an issue of Materials Today in 2014, and will also write for the journal, as part of our Uncovered feature.
The two runner up will have their images featured here on the website, and will write about their images for the Comment section.
Please take some time to take a look at the images below.
The winning cover image of Volume 9, Issue 1 on Nano Today.
The latest cover from Nano Today.
One of the winning images of the 2014 Nano Today Cover Competition. Look out for more cover competition winners, here on Materials Today.
Lucideon, a materials technology company, is hosting a new webinar entitled ‘Validation of Additive Manufactured Components through Specialized Testing’.
Nanostructured scaffold material impregnated with immunosuppressive drugs encourages nerve regrowth in implanted replacement teeth.
Ford Motor Company is looking into how to 3D print large-scale one-piece auto parts, such spoilers, for prototyping and future production vehicles.
xperion Energy & Environment has received an order for hydrogen high-pressure cylinders from Air Products GmbH in Germany.