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Metals and alloys news, August 2012

The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), one of South Africa’s leading scientific and technology research centres, has developed a proces

Semiconductor manufacturer STMicroelectronics and vehicle manufacturer China FAW Group Corporation (FAW) have established a joint laboratory focusing on ad

Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have designed and made alloys that form extremely tiny nanocrystal grains that retain their nano

The organisers of PM13, the international conference on PM for automotive and engineering, have announced a call for papers.

The MPIF has released the full programme of its sintering seminar.

Professional organisations and AM companies will be playing important roles in the development of the new Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute.

White House officials have reported that a new additive manufacturing (AM) institute is to open in Youngstown, Ohio, USA. The move is part of President Oba

A research team from the University of Exeter, UK, has developed a method for making three-dimensional aluminium composite parts by mixing metal powders to

Goal of GM Ventures/NanoSteel deal is to explore opportunities in nano-structured materials for lightweight vehicles.

Federal-Mogul Corporation plans to present a range of products designed to improve the efficiency, emissions and fuel consumption of commercial vehicles at

Registration is open for this year’s EuroPM2012 Congress & Exhibition.

The Metal Injection Moulding Association and APMI International have issued a call for technical papers for MIM2013.

The organisers of EuroPM2012 have doubled the number of optional delegate tours.

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