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Metals and alloys news, January 2013

Ames Laboratory to address US rare earth shortage

According to the US Department of Energy (DOE), an Ames Laboratory team has been given up to US$120 million over five years to find a solution for the shor

The Waikato Centre for Advanced Materials (WaiCAM) is holding a Titanium Alloy Powder Metallurgy Research, Development and Commercialisation symposium on 7

The organisers of the Titanium Europe show say the event will feature industry experts speaking about titanium and titanium aluminide (TiAl) alloys in comm

Research has suggested that the potential toxicity of carbon nanotubes, due to their structural similarity to asbestos, can be alleviated by reducing their

Researchers from MIT have developed a range of ceramics from rare earth metals that are both hydrophobic and durable.

EPMA program is designed to discover the ‘best of the best’ PM technical papers from Europe.

We would like to wish all our readers a happy and prosperous 2013.

The European Powder Metallurgy Association has launched a new brand to promote the range of applications in which PM can be used.

The International HIP Committee (IHC) has announced that the next International HIP Conference will be held in Stockholm, Sweden, on 9 -13 June, 2014.

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