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Metals and alloys news, December 2013

Top 5 news stories of 2013

We round up the most popular news stories of 2013.

GE has announced the eight winners of its "3D Printing Design Quest", requesting new designs of jet engine loading brackets using 3D printing.

Registration is now open for the 2014 Materials Research Exchange, an exhibition of outstanding materials research from UK universities and research organi

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Scientists at CSIRO have worked with horse podiatrists to create a 3D printed titanium horseshoe which can support a lame foot and encourage it to heal.

Umicore Shokubai Japan, the joint venture between Umicore and Nippon Shokubai, has opened a new technical R&D centre in Tokoname city, Aichi Prefecture, Ja

Höganäs has changed how it analyses the flow rate of customer mixes.

Titanium powders developed by Metalysis have been used to 3D print automotive parts for the first time.

A new additive manufacturing (AM) machine for producing parts from metal powder, layer by layer, has been launched by EOS.

A project where no fewer than twenty researchers from five universities worldwide have collaborated to prove that polymers can also be semimetals.

A research team at Berkeley Lab has discovered a way to introduce a recoverable strain into bismuth ferrite of up to 14-percent on the nanoscale.

Metal Powder Report magazine has formed a new LinkedIn group.

Should we sacrifice part of our cultural heritage in order to achieve greater knowledge of the universe and the origin of humankind?

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