West Virginia University scientists have created a material that has the ability to decrease the amount of heat that power plants emit into the atmosphere.
Ceramic equipment specialist MLC Machinery has announced a major breakthrough. Having built up an extremely solid reputation with home market customers over the past 25 years, the Alcobaça-based company entered the export market in the last couple of years – and in just this short period has signed contracts worth in excess of €3.5 million. Clients already include world-leading brands in Brazil, Turkey, France, Mexico, and the UK.
Lithoz GmbH, world market and innovation leader in ceramic 3D printing, has confirmed that 2022 has been its most successful year ever in terms of order intake.
Although much of the discourse on reducing vehicle emissions centres on electric vehicles (EV), their sales remain low - with EV vehicles accounting for a mere 1% of car purchases in Japan in 2021.
In an article recently published in the open-access journal Scientific Reports, researchers discussed the removal of lead (II) ions through the synthesis of powdered and beaded chitosan materials treated with ZnO.
In an article recently published in the journal Ceramics International, researchers discussed the foam-gel casting preparation and characteristics of porous ceramics made of high-strength mullite.
A paper recently published in the journal Additive Manufacturing demonstrated freeform injection molding (FIM) of functional ceramics using hybrid additive manufacturing (AM).
In an article recently published in the open-access journal Scientific Reports, researchers discussed the resistance to fracture of variously designed bonded ceramic overlay restorations.
Groupe RSL is the first company to produce a Canadian lab-grown diamond gem, at its production facility in Quebec. The company is currently producing large diamonds for the premium jewellery market. With sustainability at the heart of its approach, Groupe RSL believes that lab diamonds have the potential to significantly reduce the environmental impacts of diamond production.
In an article recently published in the journal Additive Manufacturing, researchers discussed the rapid sintering of ceramic components fabricated through high-strength lithography-based additive fabrication.