• Printing property

    A collaboration between a construction firm and non-profit organisation could see 3D-printed homes for developing countries.
  • Economic digest

    The number of construction projects has declined in the UK due to bad weather and a woefully unprepared industry. At the same time, more bricks have been manufactured, marking the anticipated start of a busy house building period. Ines Nastali reports.
  • The catalogue of risk

    A new methodology to establish the connection between construction material and a building’s habitability after an earthquake hopes to promote superior city planning. Khai Trung Le reports.
  • Revolutionising ceramics

    A new project aims to bring ceramics production up to date through the use of mechanical modelling and virtual prototyping, as Ellis Davies reports.
  • Slavery in brick manufacture

    Khai Trung Le looks at the use of satellite imagery to track slavery in brick manufacturing.
  • Announcement of the IOM3 Awards 2018

    Congratulations to the winners of the IOM3 Awards 2018.
  • Olives for construction

    Olive stones can be used as a lightweight aggregate for mortar, as Ellis Davies reports.
  • Calling time at IOM3

    Dr Bernie Rickinson, IOM3 Chief Executive, has confirmed to Trustees and the principal boards of the Institute his intent to retire from the Institute at the end of 2018.
  • The brick detector

    Researchers have found a way to determine whether clay bricks have ever been near a radiological source, and identify the specific type of source, such as high enriched uranium or plutonium.
  • Imprinted

    After his father died, Danish artist Dan Stockholm created a special memorial.

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