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Metals and alloys news, April 2015

The NSF’ will use Elsevier’s data in support of the next SEI report which will be released in 2016.

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory have created a new magnetic alloy.

Metalysis says that has completed a series of successful commercial production runs of tantalum powder.

Researchers from Japan and China have confirmed carbon nanotubes’ remarkable strengthening effect in metal matrix composites is due to load transfer.

The first ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces young investigator has been awarded to Materials Today Editorial Board member Alejandro Briseño.

Materials Today is delighted to announce the launch of Applied Materials Today.

Scientists develop mesh that captures oil—but lets water through.

Researchers at Brown and URI have demonstrated what could be a more precise method for targeting cancer cells for radiation.

Sinterhard, a US start up based in Massachusetts, is developing metal powder filled filaments for use in existing 3D filament printers.

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