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Metals and alloys news, March 2010

Inkjet printable copper ink

Intrinsiq Materials, formerly Qinetiq Nanomaterials, has developed Intrinsiq CI, a stable, cost effective 12wt% copper ink formulation designed for photoni

MPIF video promotes PM

The Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) has created “Powder Metallurgy: The Preferred Metal-Forming Solution”, a new video showcasing the fabrication

Two German companies have received € 860.000 in funding from the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy of Germany's federal state of North Rhine-Westphal

Sandvik subsidiary Walter AG has announced a machining-software combination that could make life easier for manufacturers of medical implants.

Dates have been announced for the ceramics and powder metallurgy show Ceramitec, to be staged in Munich

Phoenix Scientific Industries (PSI) has introduced a laboratory-scale melt spinner to address growing global research into rapidly solidified nanocrystalli

Toshiba corporation has eneded production of generaluse tungsten filament incandescent bulbs. Toshiba was the first to manufacture them in Japan 120 years

Diran Apelian, director of Worcester Polytechnic Institute's (WPI) Metal processing Institute and Howmet professor of mechanical engineering at WPI has bee

Researchers at North Carolina State University have developed an aluminium steel foam using a combination of powder and cast metal that has a similar elast

Materials testing, analysis and consultancy firm Ceram has appointed Dr Paul Myers as principal consultant for refractories.

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