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Metals and alloys news, August 2014

Researchers have demonstrated that electron microscopy can be used to reveal a three-dimensional structure in which all gold atoms are observed.

IHEA announces September seminars

The Industrial Heating Equipment Association (IHEA) plans to host the 45th Combustion Seminar and 2nd Electrotechnologies Seminar from 22-23 September in G

The awardees selected from papers published in 2013 in the Acta Journals: Acta Materialia, Scripta Materialia, and Acta Biomaterialia are...

TAT Technologies has announced dates for its PM sintering courses.

3D Systems and America Makes has awarded grants to two universities to improve research in additive manufacturing (AM) technology.

Engineers at Italian aerospace company Avio have developed new process for 3D printing light-weight metal blades for jet engine turbines using an electron

Singapore-based journal records its highest impact factor of 18.432.

A catalyst made from a foamy form of copper has vastly different electrochemical properties from catalysts made with smooth copper.

A multi-institutional team has resolved a long-unanswered question about how two of the world’s most common substances interact.

Notable increases for Elsevier's materials science journals.

MIT engineers have fabricated a new elastic material coated with microscopic, hairlike structures that tilt in response to a magnetic field.

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