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EPMA Organizes Intensive Course on Hardmetals for 2014

EPMA Organizes Intensive Course on Hardmetals for 2014

Following on from the successful Sintering Courses in 2012 and 2013, the European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) has organised an intensive 2-day course on Hardmetals for 2014. The Hardmetals Short Course will take place in Vienna, Austria, 9-11 April 2014. [More]
Research and Markets Adds Report on International Metal Cans Market

Research and Markets Adds Report on International Metal Cans Market

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "2013 Report on the International Metal Cans Market for Foods & Beverages - Includes Forecast to 2019" report to their offering. [More]
Eaton to Address Critical U.S. Manufacturing and Energy Challenges at AEMC Summit

Eaton to Address Critical U.S. Manufacturing and Energy Challenges at AEMC Summit

Ramanath Ramakrishnan, executive vice president and chief technology officer for power management company Eaton, will address critical U.S. manufacturing and energy challenges at the American Energy and Manufacturing Competitiveness (AEMC) Summit on December 12 at the Ronald Reagan International Trade Center in Washington, D.C. [More]
Collaborative Work to Expand Beralcast Casting Applications for F-35 Lightning II Lockheed Platforms

Collaborative Work to Expand Beralcast Casting Applications for F-35 Lightning II Lockheed Platforms

IBC Advanced Alloys Corp. ("IBC" or the "Company") reports that its wholly owned US subsidiary, IBC Engineered Materials Corp. ("IB-EMC") is in the final stages of a materials and production qualification process with Lockheed Martin's F-35 Electro-optical Targeting System (EOTS) team based in Orlando, Florida. [More]
Coupling Electric and Magnetic Vibrations to Electromagnons

Coupling Electric and Magnetic Vibrations to Electromagnons

Major industries such as modern microelectronics are based on the interaction between matter and electromagnetism. Electromagnetic signals can be processed and stored in specially tailored materials. [More]
Chaotic Behavior in Ferroelectric Materials to Enable Memcomputing

Chaotic Behavior in Ferroelectric Materials to Enable Memcomputing

Unexpected behavior in ferroelectric materials explored by researchers at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory supports a new approach to information storage and processing. [More]
Ipsen Inc Receives Prestigious Award from the Metal Treating Institute (MTI) - Associate Member of the Year

Ipsen Inc Receives Prestigious Award from the Metal Treating Institute (MTI) - Associate Member of the Year

At its annual Fall Meeting held Oct. 10-13, in Las Vegas, the Metal Treating Institute (MTI), the world’s largest network of heat treaters, recognized Ipsen with its Associate Member of the Year Award. Each ... [More]

New High-Chromium Ferritic and Austenitic Grades from Outokumpu

Outokumpu continues to bring new innovations to market and is now expanding its product range with two new high-chromium stainless steel grades, ferritic grade EN 1.4622 and austenitic grade EN 1.4420. [More]
BASF Obtains Licenses on Basic Patents for Magnetocaloric Materials of Manganese Iron Family

BASF Obtains Licenses on Basic Patents for Magnetocaloric Materials of Manganese Iron Family

BASF New Business GmbH has entered into an agreement with the Dutch Technology Foundation (STW), Delft University of Technology and the University of Amsterdam for licenses on the basic patents for magnetocaloric materials of the manganese iron family. Cooling systems based on these new materials enable more efficient cooling in refrigerators and air conditioning and are intended to replace conventional compressor technology. [More]

Indium Corporation Research Metallurgist to Present at Materials Science and Technology Conference

Indium Corporation's Dr. HongWen Zhang, Research Metallurgist, will present at the Materials Science and Technology Conference October 27-31 in Montreal, Canada. Dr. Zhang's presentation, Reliability and C... [More]