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February 2018

This article analyses the use of photo etching as a preferred route to the manufacture of meshes and filters. Read more

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The resolution of earthbound telescopes can be improved by large primary mirrors, which can only be realised as segmented mirrors. Read more

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Research at Brazil’s Universidade Estadual de Campinas (Unicamp) and Instituto de Estudos Avançados (IEAv) has revealed new designs for optical fibre pressure sensors. Read more

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Machining parts small enough to be deployed through vascular catheters is challenging. Read more

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When OEMs prepare to increase production volume of a micromoulded component, many focus on multi-cavitation tooling as a strategy to reduce piece part price. Read more

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It is hard to imagine that it has been almost two years since I attended the inaugural meeting of the administrative committee of the International School of Materials Science and Engineering (ISMSE) at Wuhan University of Technology (WUT). Read more

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As we start the new year, our world seems to be less united and more fragmented at a time when global climate change, economic uncertainty and political polarisation require the whole of humanity to face up to the challenges they present. Read more

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