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Metals and alloys news, November 2014

Efficient way to measure residual stress in 3D printed parts

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) researchers have developed what they say is a more efficient method to measure residual stress in metal parts

Encapsulating SiC nanoparticles in graphene prevents agglomeration in metal matrix composites.

Ultra Clean Holdings Inc, a developer and supplier of systems and subsystems for the semiconductor capital equipment, flat panel, medical, energy and resea

Customized structures that offset ultrasound distortion.

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GE says that it plans to invest US$32 million to build a new research and education center focused on additive technologies in Pennsylvania.

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Malvern Instruments has released new guidance on using automated image analysis to detect and quantify agglomerates.

From 27–30th October, 350 delegates, from over 30 countries, gathered at the Hilton hotel in Clearwater, FL for NuMAT 14.

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The Journal of the European Ceramic Society is pleased to announce that financial support for projects is now available from the JECS Trust.

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