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February 08, 2018This profile series introduces leading materials scientists from around the world who happen to be females. Here we speak with Jan Edwards, engineering faculty at College of Lake County, Grayslake, Ill., and winner of the 2017 Allan Ray Putnam Service Award.
February 06, 2018Thermo Scientific, Madison, Wis., introduces the Genesys family of automated, robust UV-Visible spectrophotometers, which are accessible, network-ready, and designed to meet expectations for advanced technology in a compact package.
February 06, 2018The Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, announces that its researchers used an electrochemical etching process to create a nanotextured surface that kills bacteria on a common stainless steel alloy.
February 06, 2018Scientists at the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Stanford, Calif., are using X-ray light to observe and understand how the process of making metal parts using 3D printing can leave flaws in the finished product. Scientists at the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Stanford, Calif., are using x-ray light to observe and understand how...
February 04, 2018Sifco Industries Inc., Cleveland, has become the first United States forging manufacturer to obtain Nadcap Metallic Materials Manufacturing certification (MMM).
February 04, 2018The National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), Pittsburgh, reports that four projects focused on recovering rare earth elements from coal have made significant progress, achieving at least 2% concentration in feedstocks.
February 02, 2018United States Steel Corp., Pittsburgh, reports full-year 2017 net earnings of $387 million, compared to full-year 2016 net loss of $440 million, as investments in upgrading equipment in its flat-rolled segment helped to improve performance.
February 01, 2018Buildup of a thermal spray coating is a chaotic process, because molten particles spread out and deform (splat) as they strike the substrate, at first keying onto asperities, then interlocking with one another.
February 01, 2018This profile series introduces leading materials scientists from around the world who happen to be females. Here we speak with Katherine Faber, Simon Ramo Professor of Materials Science at the California Institute of Technology. Faber was recently selected as the ASM Edward DeMille Campbell Memorial Lecturer for 2019.
January 31, 2018SAE International, Warrendale, Pa., announces that technical standard AMS2750 – Pyrometry, has received complete recognition by the U.S. Federal Drug Administration Center for Devices and Radiological Health, and it has been added to its list of recognized consensus standards database, List #47.