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Peruvian rare earth element discovery could reduce critical dependence on Chinese sources
01 January, 2015
RioSol SAC LLC and Compania Minera Rio Sol SAC have announced a significant rare earth element and poly-metallic claim discovery in Peru, with reports indicating the 10kme claim as among the largest rare earth claims in Peru containing both light
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EPSRC invests in UK/China research partnerships for sustainable materials
01 January, 2015
Six new research projects, to improve the sustainability of infrastructure development in the UK and China, are to receive over £3 million in funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). The funding follows on from a
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A dialogue on nanosafety
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Insight Publishers : 17 April, 2015  (Technical Article)
The 2nd International Congress on Safety of Engineered Nanoparticles and Nanotechnologies – SENN2015 – is to take place on 12-15 April 2015. Hosted by the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, it is Europe’s foremost gathering of experts in the field of nanosafety. It aims to promote nanosafety by improving the understanding of the biological basis of the potential risks of nanomaterials.
 
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Loopwheels - re-inventing the wheel
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Huntsman Advanced Materials (Basel) : 17 April, 2015  (Application Story)
Loopwheels is a shock-absorbing wheel with an integral suspension system. It was created with the help of an Araldite composite bonder and has been nominated for the prestigious ′Designs of the Year 2015’ sponsored by the Design Museum in the UK.
 
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Aerospace certification for surface coatings company
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IHI Ionbond AG : 17 April, 2015  (Company News)
Ionbond announces that Airbus SAS has certified the Greensboro, NC, USA coating centre for the production of PVD coatings according to Airbus process specifications (AIPS). The certification will allow the facility in Greensboro to provide coatings to Airbus directly and through its suppliers.
 
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Transparency in mould handling
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Balluff : 17 April, 2015  (New Product)
Mold ID from Balluff supports condition-based maintenance and provides more transparency in mould handling.
 
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Fresh impetus for compliance with anti-pollution measures in China
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MEPS (International) : 17 April, 2015  (Special Report)
According to MEPS, the Chinese authorities are, at last, exerting pressure on the steel and other polluting sectors to comply with regulations to improve air and water quality. For too long, they say, they have turned a blind eye to malpractices.
 
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Clean Soderberg project reduces aluminium smelting emissions
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UC RUSAL : 17 April, 2015  (Company News)
UC RUSAL has launch the Clean Soderberg project at its Irkutsk aluminium smelter (IrkAZ). The total cost of this modernisation project (from 2010 to 2020) is estimated at $122 million. The technology is designed to drastically reduce emissions of pot gases into the atmosphere, increase the energy efficiency of smelting and reduce manual labour content.
 
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Field enhanced sintering for low energy ceramics firing
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Lucideon (formerly Ceram) : 17 April, 2015  (Technical Article)
Low energy technology pioneered in the heart of the UK’s ceramics industry has had a significant result. A world-first in the development of pioneering low-energy firing technology, based on so-called Field Enhanced Sintering is now a huge step closer after engineers and scientists working on the project made a significant breakthrough.
 
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Government funding to accelerate vehicle weight reduction through composites
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Sigmatex (UK) : 17 April, 2015  (Technical Article)
Sigmatex, the independent converter of carbon fibre, has been awarded Government Funding through the Advanced Manufacturing Supply Chain Initiative (AMSCI) for a project that aims to produce higher volumes of composites in the UK to accelerate vehicle lightweighting. The Sigmatex LX Programme is one of 20 supply chain projects from across the country that will benefit from a total of £67 million of government investment through the AMSCI programme, with £109 million being invested in the same projects by industry.
 
 
 
 
 
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