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Dr Claudio Ronchi discusses his work on nuclear materials.

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Leading academicians and experts have come together to offer their expertise on a number of topics common to materials and product design.

This book reviews the different types of spinning techniques for synthetic polymer-based fibers, and issues such as their effect on fiber properties.

This series provides the fundamentals of the manufacturing of metallic materials, from raw materials into finished parts or products.

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Is a lack of innovation the result of the collective effect of individual project endeavours frustrated by technological, economic or social circumstances?

Oppositely charged polyelectrolytes can be used to form various types of self-assembled structures directed by multivalent ionic interactions.

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