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12-03-2021 | Ceramics | News | Article
MaterialDigital Enters Second Phase
The MaterialDigital innovation platform is entering its second phase with 13 projects. The aim is to further develop the processes and standards for the characterization of material data that have been established so far. BAM is involved with projects on glass, ceramics, concrete and copper.
17-02-2021 | Ceramics | News | Article
Could Clay Buildings on Mars Become a Reality?
Scientists at TU Berlin are studying clay minerals found on the red planet. The researchers hope to have tapped a new resource that is suitable for constructing simple shelters or functional utensils on Mars.
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Refractories Manual – Special Edition of Interceram
18-04-2021 - 21-04-2021 | Materials Technology | Tagung | Event
Ceramics 2021 – 95th DKG Annual Meeting
The 95th DKG Annual Conference, CERAMICS 2021, will take place online from 18 to 21 April 2021. The event is open to all ceramists and those interested in ceramics. This year's conference partner is France.
07-07-2021 - 08-07-2021 | Materials Technology | United Kingdom | Event
Ceramics UK brings together a highly focused audience from industry, academia and commercial R&D involved in the latest technical ceramic solutions.
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