News - 10 Apr 2006
A bacterium that lives in rivers, streams and human aqueducts uses nature's strongest glue to stay in one place, according to new research by Indiana University Bloomington and Brown University...
News - 8 Apr 2004
China is the world's largest steel producer. Its economic explosion demands more, and the country is bidding up the world price of this essential ingredient.
The number two through 10...
News - 5 Apr 2019
Most techniques to prevent frost and ice formation on surfaces rely heavily on heating or liquid chemicals that need to be repeatedly reapplied because they easily wash away. Even advanced anti-icing...
News - 7 May 2018
A new composite material that is flexible, non-toxic, sustainable, and UV light-reflective has been developed after a team of researchers from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)...
News - 14 Oct 2010
A team of Rice University and Lockheed Martin scientists has discovered a way to use simple silicon to radically increase the capacity of lithium-ion batteries.
Sibani Lisa Biswal, an assistant...
Article - 5 Jul 2019
This article takes a close look at PTFE lip seals for rotary applications.
Article - 4 Nov 2013
Paul Harvey, Group Business Development Manager at Bohler–Uddedholm, talks to AZoM about the use of special steels as tooling materials and the changing uses and applications of these.
Article - 27 Feb 2013
The 200 series stainless steels posses a lesser content of nickel than the 300 series austentic stainless steels. Grade 201 is a cheaper alternative to traditional Cr-Ni austenitic stainless steels...
Article - 17 Dec 2012
In this interview, Steve Ulmer, Vice President of International Sales at OMAX® Corporation, talks to AZoM about advanced abrasive waterjet technology.
News - 6 Mar 2007
The Altair 8800, introduced in the early 1970s, was the first computer you could build at home from a kit. It was crude, didn't do much, but many historians would say that it launched the desktop...