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    Nanometals Stabilised for use in Vehicles
    July 22, 2011, No comments

    Super strong nanometals are beginning to play an important role in making cars even lighter, enabling them to stand collisions without fatal consequences for the passengers. A PhD student at […]

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    Metal Particle Gives Hope for Hydrogen Power
    July 7, 2011, No comments

    Tiny metallic particles produced by University of Adelaide chemistry researchers are bringing new hope for the production of cheap, efficient and clean hydrogen energy. Led by Associate Professor Greg Metha, Head […]

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    Battery Life Tripled with Metal Foams
    June 30, 2011, No comments

    Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd., having newly developed its porous aluminum “Aluminum-Celmet,” has set up a small-scale production line at Osaka Works to accelerate development efforts toward mass production of the […]

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    Metallic Glass: A Crystal at Heart
    June 19, 2011, No comments

    Glass, by definition, is amorphous; its atoms lack order and are arranged every which way. But when scientists squeezed tiny samples of a metallic glass under high pressure, they got […]

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    Award Winning Powder Metallurgy Parts
    May 21, 2011, No comments

    Design innovation, superior engineering properties, high end-market visibility, and sustainability distinguish the winners of the 2011 Design Excellence awards, the annual powder metallurgy (PM) design competition sponsored by the Metal [&h ...