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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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Technical report highlights main factors affecting steel industry energy consumption
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World Steel Association : 06 February, 2015  (Special Report)
The World Steel Association has published a technical report on energy use in the steel industry. The report is the result of a project supported by member companies and associations and the outcome contains current performance data from operating plants. The public report is now available for purchase.
 
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Increased research efforts to speed up commercialisation of carbon fibres
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Frost & Sullivan : 06 February, 2015  (Technical Article)
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, Carbon Fibres Technology‒9 Dimensional Assessment, finds that end-user industries such as the automotive and aerospace sectors are also contributing to funding along with carbon fibre manufacturers, highlighting the intent towards wider adoption. The increasing emphasis on reducing fossil fuel consumption and hence addressing the issue of global warming is underlining the business case for carbon fibre.
 
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First pouring of "largest castings in the world"
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Sheffield Forgemasters : 06 February, 2015  (Company News)
Sheffield Forgemasters International (SFIL) has poured the first in a series of ultra-large components destined to be some of the largest castings ever made - and it weighs the same as a 1.5 mile long traffic jam!
 
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Gateway provides faster, easier access to materials data
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Granta Design : 04 February, 2015  (New Product)
Granta Design has released Granta MI:Materials Gateway 3.0, its third generation means of accessing managed materials data within Computer-Aided Design (CAD), Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE), and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) systems.
 
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Imaging technology to design and build greener and safer aircraft
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University of Southampton : 04 February, 2015  (Company News)
The University of Southampton is helping to develop new imaging technology to be used in the design, manufacture and maintenance for current and future generations of carbon composite aircraft. Led by QinetiQ, the UK consortium of the University of Southampton and University College London (UCL) and four companies in ProjectCAN brings together world leaders from academia, the aerospace industry and X-ray inspection equipment manufacture.
 
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Understanding the reinforcing ability of carbon nanotubes in ceramics
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National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) : 04 February, 2015  (Technical Article)
Researchers at the National Institute for Materials Science in Japan are exploring what is preventing the reinforcing ability of carbon nanotubes from being used in a ceramic matrix.
 
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British steelmakers urge EU action on dumping of imports
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Engineering Employers Federation (EEF) : 04 February, 2015  (Company News)
Steelmakers in Britain are urging the European Commission to act on the dumping of cheap steel into EU markets on the back of data showing the recovery of the sector in the UK stuttered in 2014.
 
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Hybrid multiferroics for improved data storage and new wireless applications
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Aalto University School of Science : 04 February, 2015  (Technical Article)
To exploit and control magnetism, technology often relies on electromagnets, which limit hardware configurations due to their size and energy consumption. As an alternative, scientists are beginning to develop hybrid nanomaterials that are responsive to both electric and magnetic fields. These materials can save energy and space, and are opening doors to a wealth of new technological applications
 
 
 
 
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