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Unique Ceramic Allows for Machining Complex Parts with High Thermal Conductivity

Unique Ceramic Allows for Machining Complex Parts with High Thermal Conductivity

Goodfellow Ceramic and Glass Division offers Shapal™ Hi-M soft, a composite sintered body of AlN and BN that specifically addresses machining difficulties associated with the brittleness and hardness of traditional ceramics. [More]
KIEL Researchers Develop 3D Tin Oxide Nanowire Network Materials Using Flame Transport Synthesis

KIEL Researchers Develop 3D Tin Oxide Nanowire Network Materials Using Flame Transport Synthesis

Scientists at Kiel University have utilized simple, highly efficient flame technology to synthesize nanoscale materials from tin oxide. Researchers have been able to successfully bake nanostructures using zinc oxide. This study focuses on tin oxide, which holds significant promise for a wide range of potential new applications. [More]

H.C. Starck Expands Additive Manufacturing Business

H.C. Starck, one of the leading producers of customer-specific powders and components made of technology metals and technical ceramics, has acquired a minority stake in one of Sweden’s most innovative start-ups, Me... [More]
Researchers Develop Catalyst to Reduce up to 40% of Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Researchers Develop Catalyst to Reduce up to 40% of Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Researchers at the Center for Research and Technological Development in Electrochemistry (CIDETEQ) in Mexico are involved in developing a catalyst to enhance natural gas combustion, as well as to enable reduction of about 40% of greenhouse gas emissions which occur during industrial processes. [More]
Alumina Crucibles in a Wide Range of Sizes and Tolerances Available From Goodfellow

Alumina Crucibles in a Wide Range of Sizes and Tolerances Available From Goodfellow

Goodfellow Ceramic and Glass Division offers alumina crucibles in sizes ranging from 0.03ml to multi-litre capacity and with tolerances to suit specific customer applications. [More]
NRL Researchers Use Sintering Technique to Develop Transparent Ceramic Spinel

NRL Researchers Use Sintering Technique to Develop Transparent Ceramic Spinel

A team of researchers headed by Dr. Jas Sanghera of the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) has been involved in a research spanning over 10 years to create transparent spinel, a special ceramic which is tough as armor, scratchproof and unbreakable, using the sintering technique. The probable areas of use are camera lens and smart phone. [More]
Innovnano Develops Nanostructured Monoclinic Zirconia with Enhanced Properties

Innovnano Develops Nanostructured Monoclinic Zirconia with Enhanced Properties

Innovnano, an expert manufacturer of high performance ceramic powders, has developed nanostructured monoclinic zirconia with enhanced properties for use as a sintering aid in the production of high quality refractory materials. [More]
The Revolution in Passive Cooling Begins with Versarien Technologies’ Launch of its First Range of 10 Low Profile Air Cooled Heat Sinks

The Revolution in Passive Cooling Begins with Versarien Technologies’ Launch of its First Range of 10 Low Profile Air Cooled Heat Sinks

Versarien plc, the advanced engineering materials group, has announced that its subsidiary, Versarien Technologies Limited, has launched a brand new range of 10 Low Profile Air Cooled Heat Sinks using the incredible new ... [More]
Mica, a Naturally Occurring High Performance Insulator, Available from Goodfellow in Sheet Form

Mica, a Naturally Occurring High Performance Insulator, Available from Goodfellow in Sheet Form

Muscovite mica (potassium aluminosilicate), available from Goodfellow in sheet form, is a naturally occurring mineral that can be split into thin uniform layers. [More]
UCLA Researchers Manufacture Highly Durable Glass that Reduces Greenhouse Emissions

UCLA Researchers Manufacture Highly Durable Glass that Reduces Greenhouse Emissions

Researchers at the Université Pierre et Marie Curie in Paris and UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science have developed a method of manufacturing strong and highly durable glass. The research could pave the way for more long-lasting materials such as windows, fiber optic cables and display screens. [More]