News - 20 Dec 2013
As is well known, the Earth is about 4.6 billion years old. No rocks exist, however, that are older than about 3.8 billion years. A sedimentary rock section in the Jack Hills of western Australia,...
News - 30 Jun 2009
Tel Aviv University researcher Prof. Noam Eliaz of the TAU School of Mechanical Engineering has developed an electrochemical process for coating metal implants which vastly improves their...
News - 26 Jan 2021
3D printers may one day become a permanent fixture of the operating theatre after UNSW scientists showed they could print bone-like structures containing living cells. Scientists from UNSW Sydney have...
News - 4 Jun 2018
Scientists at the Queen Mary University of London have developed a new method to grow mineralized materials which could regenerate hard tissues such as bone and dental enamel.
The outer part of...
News - 14 Apr 2011
Last year's $2 billion shutdown of European airspace following a volcanic eruption in Iceland alerted everyone to the danger that ash clouds can pose to aircraft engines.
Now, researchers have...
Article - 18 Dec 2018
This article discusses using XRF and XRD for investigating martian analog basalt from terrestrial craters.
Article - 19 May 2017
Geological samples are very difficult to analyze using EBSD, because they are not only non-conductive, but also many rocks contain numerous phases.
Article - 17 Dec 2007
In this study, the anodic oxidation in acid solution for the surface modification of titanium metals was carried out to develop high performance artificial joints. These treatments are applicable to...
Article - 20 Jul 2001
Calcium (Ca) is placed in group IIA of the periodic table along with St, Ba and Ra. The name calcium is derived from the Latin word “calas” meaning lime, which was known as early as the first...
Article - 7 Jul 2014
In this interview, Professor Iain Gibson, Chief Scientific Officer (CSO) at SIRAKOSS, talks to AZoM about the development of their MaxSi™ Graft technology.