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Metals and alloys news, November 2010

The European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) has developed a new four-page educational leaflet for potential users of the powder metallurgy hot isosta

Researchers in Japan have developed tungsten carbide contacts that help improve the strength of metal-carbon nanotube junctions.

A US company has developed underwear with inserts formed of tungsten and other metal powders that, it says, ensure privacy against airport x-ray machines.

Diran Apelian, founder of the Metal Processing Institute of Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), based in Massachusetts, USA, has been awarded the US Mat

Sandvik Coromant has developed a free machining calculator app for iPhone and Android Smart phones.

Century, Inc, a manufacturer of precision steel components based in Traverse City, Michigan, USA, has cast the first ever light-weight, aluminium metal mat

A €1.9m (£1.6m) EU project to characterise the properties of steels with nanoparticle additives has the involvement of researchers at the Kelvin Nanocharac

Thermal equipment specialist Surface Combustion Inc, based in Maumee, Ohio, USA, has installed a new Allcase batch integral quench furnace line at a therma

Research organisation Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems, based in Freiburg, Germany, has won the European Association of Research and Technolog

The 2011 atomising course run by Perdac and Sheffield-based Atomising Systems Ltd (ASL is to be held in Central Manchester, UK, on 3-4 March.

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