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Metals and alloys news, May 2012

TAT Technologies will be opening a new technology development and training centre in St. Marys, Pa, USA, to provide practical workforce training to PM indu

Morris Technologies, Inc (MTI) has been awarded its second Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant from the US federal government.

Intertek, a provider of quality and safety solutions, has acquired VIGALAB, a testing laboratory supporting the mineral and mining industry in Chile.

ATW Companies Inc showcased its ATW Medical brand with metal injection moulding (MIM) moving parts at the MD&M East Exposition, which took place from 22-24

Elsevier, Inc, publisher of Metal Powder Report, has named Reginald Tucker editor in chief of the magazine, effective 1 June. Tucker steps in for longtime

A New Zealand professor has made electric guitars via additive manufacturing (AM).

Surgical instrument provider Roboz is now offering new dissecting scissors with tungsten carbide and ceramic-coated blades, which, at 15 mm, are the smalle

The 2012 Shanghai PM Expo, which was sponsored by Höganäs, reflected the international nature of the industry, as well as the growing Chinese market share.

Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems (IKTS), PLANSEE SE, AVL List GmbH, SCHOTT AG and the Jülich Research Center have successfully com

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