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Embedding metallic nanoparticles inside ceramics could be key to exploiting their commercial potential in many applications

By taking advantage of the strength of graphene, researchers have doubled the toughness of a ceramic material used to make solid electrolytes.

Carpenter says that it plans to reduce around 20% of the company’s total global salaried positions.

Wall Colmonoy has reportedly invested £500,000 in its research and development lab in Pontardawe, Wales.

Researchers have discovered that carbon atoms in the ceramic material silicon carbide collect at grain boundaries when it is exposed to radiation.

The MPIF has made available the Spring edition of its International Journal of Powder Metallurgy online.

Sandvik has reportedly initiated a project to buy scrap from its customers to turn it into new products.

Researchers have developed an ultrafast, high-temperature sintering method based on heating ceramic powders between two carbon strips.

A novel electrolyte that forms a protective layer over the silicon nanoparticles that make up a battery anode gives the silicon room to swell.

The EPMA reports that its SUMMEREV 2020 event has been postponed.

The MPIF has opened registration for its PM short course scheduled to take place from 10-12 August 2020 in State College, Pennsylvania, USA.

Sandvik Coromant says that it has formed a joint venture with Microsoft to look into the digitalization of the manufacturing industry.

Hardmetal company Ceratizit says that its sites in Italy and India will resume production.

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