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Metals and alloys news, September 2010

The Fraunhofer Insitute is developing titanium foam for implants that replace injured bones in biomedical applications.

Commercial microwave furnaces introduced to Europe and US

Spheric Technologies, Inc, based in Phoenix, Arizona, and Victec Europe Limited have agreed to share technology, applications and customer information the

Ohio-based advanced materials company MesoCoat Inc says that its PComP nanocomposite cermet coatings have been selected as a "breakthrough nanotechnology"

H C Starck GmbH plans to move its international business, executive board and managers from Goslar, to a new branch in Munich, Germany.

Publicly traded invester Abakan Inc is to acquire a 41% interest in Powdermet, Inc for an initial payment of $US500,000 with a closing for the remaining pu

Scientists at the University of Liverpool, UK, have developed a substance made of 95% water droplets surrounded by a sandy silica coating.

The application deadline for the 5-7 October APMI PMT Certification Level I and Level II examinations is 10th September.

Powdermet Inc has developed new PM alloys which it says have lower weight, higher strength, and increased hardness when compared to aluminium alloys curren

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