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Metals and alloys news, June 2010

The MPIF has released a new report focusing on ways in which the PM industry excels at sustainability.

The Titanium Industry Development Association (TiDA) has opened a new facility in New Zealand designed to develop new titanium products.

Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden and in Grenoble have found a new way to improve the performance of hardmetal for drill bits.

The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has signed an agreement with global tin organisation ITRI to improve the traceability of tin in the African country

X-ray analytical instrument manufacturer PANalytical has developed a new high-performance diffractometer.

The MFKK Invention and Research Centre, an R&D establishment based in Budapest, Hungary, has made available to the PM community a database of information a

Plansee has developed an extremely corrosion-resistant glass-melting electrode made of molybdenum.

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