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Metals and alloys news, March 2012

Japan's NTN Corporation has developed what could be the world's highest standard sintered alloy manufacturing technology – capable of manufacturing alloys

The Mercury Centre at the University of Sheffield, UK, is opening its Additive Manufacturing Suite on 19 April.

Alan Lawley will receive the 2012 Kempton H. Roll PM Lifetime Achievement Award at PowderMet 2012 in Nashville, TN, USA, on 11 June.

The Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) and APMI International's annual conference, PowderMet2012, is set to highlight the latest developments and tr

The full programme for Euro PM2012 in Basel, Switzerland, on 16-19 September 2012, has now been finalised.

AUTO21 and its contributing partners have approved funding totalling CA$518,400 for Arch Biopartners Inc scientists to lead an anti corrosion project on ma

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