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Interview with Dr Alex Minovich from Kings College London about reflective metasurfaces.

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Materials Today Interview with Prof Michael Dickey from North Carolina State University about liquid metal wires.

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We discuss the journal Sustainable Materials and Technologies with one of the Editors.

The Editor of Extreme Mechanics Letters, Prof Zhigang Suo from Harvard University, discusses the journal and his work on ionic cables.

Laurie Winkless speaks to Professors Jorge Hirsch, Brian Maple and Prof Frank Marsiglio.

Materials Today Interview with Dr Davide Crivelli from the Politecnico di Milano about acoustic emission.

Interview with Dr Hylke Koers and Dr Paige Shaklee from Elsevier about publishing data initiatives.

Round table event on the future of low-temperature physics and cryogen-free technology.

Materials Today Interview with Lindsay Chapman from the National Physical Laboratory in the UK about thermal analysis.

Stewart Bland speaks to Artem Mishchenko and Professor Vladimir Falko about graphene superlattices.

Listen to the podcast where we talk to Prof Nader Engheta from the University of Pennsylvania about metamaterials and analog computing.

Dr Michele Zema spoke to Materials Today about the International Year of Crystallography.

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