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Mouldering away in the attic is my final year thesis. Something, as the UK police might say, proves I have ‘form’ with the Concord project. As my recent letters to...
Simon Frost looks at the engineering behind the definitive supersonic jet airliner.
When I began driving, it needed a long downhill stretch of the M1 to hit 70 mph. A couple of years later, 70 was officially imposed, but until the coming...
From aircrafts and skyscrapers to smartphones and packaging, aluminium is one of the most versatile materials used today. Natalie Daniels discovers why.
Trisha Rice, Vice President and General Manager of materials science solutions at Thermo Fisher Scientific, talks to Ellis Davies about the HeliScan MicroCT Imaging System.
Fred Starr recalls his efforts to discuss metal dusting in 1997 and how they were sabotaged
Bill Roberts was a crystallographer who made notable contributions to the study of the anisotropic behaviour of metals and will be remembered by the many students of Metallurgy and Materials at the University of Birmingham
Rhiannon Garth Jones talks to Chris Hinde about his 40+ years of studying and analysing the metals and mining industry
This month, Anna Ploszajski explores the hard and rare metal known as wolframite
Anna Ploszajski explores the properties of platinum