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Materials in 2020

Jon Evans looks back over materials science in 2020.

Synthetic Metals – Editor Highlight

new technologies aim to capture useful raw metals and materials from waste and by-products for sustainable reuse

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Specialized Injection Molding Techniques, 1st Edition.

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Here, Instron discuss their newly developed Advanced Video Extensometer (AVE 2) that will help mechanical testing in both R&D and QC testing labs.

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