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Metals and alloys news, October 2010

Tungsten carbide improves catalyst efficiency

Researchers at the University of Delaware, USA have developed a new method for depositing a single layer of platinum atoms onto a relatively inexpensive tu

Materials testing specialist Ceram, based in Staffordshire, UK, has recruited seven scientists to work as technical consultants in order to diversify its p

This year’s European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) World Congress, which took place in Florence, Italy from 10-14th October, attracted delegates fro

Alloy specialists Carpenter Technology, based in Pennsylvania, USA, and Sandvik Materials Technology, based in Sweden, have formed a strategic partnership

New York-based SiGNa Chemistry, a manufacturer of materials featuring stabilized reactive metals, has developed a new low-temperature method for stabilizin

Testing specialist Institut Dr. Foerster , based in Baden-Württemberg, plans to exhibit new technology for the non-destructive testing (NDT) of powder meta

UK-based particle testing specialist Malvern Instruments has extended its direct operations in Japan.

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