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Soaking up metals improves carbon capture.

Using a multi-layered stack of metal films, researchers have shown that under certain conditions superconductors can also carry currents of 'spin'.

3D printing company Renishaw has been presented with an award for IT in India.

Total Composite Solutions (TCS) says that it now offers a range of prepregs with a high TG.

Heating specialist Quintus Technologies has established a specialized application center at its headquarters in Västerås, Sweden.

Scientists have developed a model that draws on oxidation kinetics to explain how stress affects the formation and spread of oxide layers in alloys.

Thin, engineered material that controls the redirection and reflection of sound waves with near perfect efficiency.

A novel alloy of iron, chromium and aluminum makes a safer cladding for nuclear fuel rods than conventional zirconium-containing alloys.

Shane Collins, general manager at Additive Industries has received the ASTM Award of Merit.

Composites UK says that it now offers an energy and water procurement service to its members.

An artificial intelligence system has discovered three new metallic glass materials 200 times faster than could be done before.

Learn more about the latest addition to Elsevier’s Materials Today family.

High-quality lead-free films based on double perovskites with useful photovoltaic properties.

Sodium-ion electrolyte with newly discovered structure could be used in solid-state batteries.

UK industrial laminates specialist Attwater & Sons Ltd has invested £100,000 to purchase two new CNC machines.

Gurit has reported an increase in net sales for the first three months of the year of 5.4% compared to the same period of 2017.

The US Office of Naval Research has awarded a research and development non-profit a contract to improve the quality of 3D printed metallic parts.

UK metal powder producer Metalysis says that it has raised £12 million before starting commercial, industrial-scale production of its products.

Researchers have developed a smooth, durable, clear polymer coating that swiftly sheds water, oils, alcohols and even peanut butter.

Using caffeine as a catalyst, researchers have devised a way to create gummy, biocompatible gels that could be used for medical applications.

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