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      • Throwback Thursday: Science Edition: Genome Editing

        Welcome to today’s Throwback Thursday, where we’re going to be looking at how two female scientists pioneered a revolutionary gene-editing technology and won a Nobel Prize in Chemistry for it! A good way to round up Women’s History Month, don’t you think? Let’s find out more?/p>

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      • Welcome to the Materials Hub

        Goodfellow’s Materials Hub is a place where designers and artists come to explore, evaluate, and share information with their fellow professionals, near and far. The purpose of the Hub is to be an ever-expanding, one-stop source of knowledge and inspiration for your next innovation!

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      • Throwback Thursday: Manufacturing Edition: Mass-Producing Stainless Steel

        In 1913, Harry Brearley discovered a means of mass-producing martensitic Stainless Steel.Brearley made this discovery while trying to solve the problem of eroding internal surfaces of gun barrels for the British army during the onset of the First World War.

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      • Fact File: Everything you need to know about Carbon Nanotubes

        When you look at Nanotubes with the naked eye, don’t expect to see tubes. Instead, you will see a material which looks more like a powder. This is because Nanotubes are miniscule!

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      • Throwback Thursday: Science Edition: Battling Polio

        Polio was a disease that sickened and killed many children. Jonas Salk was credited with finally developing the first effective vaccine in 1953. The trial results were the first to demonstrate that the polio virus could be grown in skin, muscle, connective tissue and intestinal cells to levels close to what could be grown in nerve cells. This breakthrough allowed Jonas Salk to grow large amounts of the polio virus in order to develop the world-changing vaccine!

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      • A spotlight on light guides: where is the AMS-02 now?

        On 16th May 2011, the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS-02), a state-of-the-art particle physics detector, was launched into space. So far, the AMS-02 has been on the International Space Station for over 3,500 days! Our latest blog post reviews the AMS-02’s mission and how it’s been getting along over the past decade?/p>

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      • Silver Linings

        Silver has been around for a lot longer than most things; in fact, Silver objects have been discovered that date back as far as 4,000 BC. It was the first metal to be used as currency, and probably through no coincidence, the words ‘Silver?and ‘money?are both the same in over 14 languages.

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      • Throwback Thursday: Manufacturing Edition: The Reflecting Telescope

        Today’s Throwback Thursday is going way back into history. We’re going to take a look at a revolutionary piece of manufacturing, which was crafted by one of the great astronomers and mathematicians of all time, Sir Isaac Newton himself. His invention, the reflecting telescope, changed the field of astronomy forever! Let’s find out why?/p>

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      • Metal’s Allies: Metal Alloys

        Metal alloys are everywhere, whether you realise it or not. The chances are that you will encounter metal alloys in your day-to-day life in the form of tools, jewellery, and cookware. In fact, most metals available on the market are alloys, but why? Read on to find out!

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      • Throwback Thursday: Science Edition: Roger Penrose’s black holes and Einstein’s theory of relativity

        On today’s Throwback Thursday, you can expect to read about Einstein’s theory of relativity, mathematician Roger Penrose, and a better-late-than-never Nobel Prize! Sound good? Let’s find out more?/p>

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      • The need for Nickel Knowledge

        Maybe you know Nickel better as the symbol Ni or the atomic number 28 ?or perhaps you don’t. The material has an interesting past, from being regarded as a kind of Silver by the natives of Peru, to being mistaken as a prank from a mischievous demon in German mythology during 17thcentury Europe.

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      • Throwback Thursday: Science Innovation Edition: Discovery of DNA

        On today’s Throwback Thursday, we are looking into DNA and who discovered it!

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      • Meet the Goodfellow Team: Joel Aleixo

        The people of Goodfellow are the heart and soul of the company. Every individual makes a unique impact on daily operations of the business and our overall success. So far in our series, we have spoken to members of the team and found out about their role, expertise, and thoughts on scientific innovation. Today, we speak to Joel Aleixo!

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      • Graphene Foam Put to Use

        Graphene is known as a ‘wonder material? thanks to its ultra-lightweight, 2D status. Its unique properties can be applied to foam, making it useful for a range of applications. In this post, we take a look at Graphene foam put to use!

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      • The future of 3D printing

        Three-dimensional (3D) printing has gained traction as an exciting, innovative technology over the last few years. But what exactly is it? And what materials are needed in the process?

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      • Our top Ceramic Carbides

        Ceramic Carbides are the tough guys of the material world. They are among the world’s hardest known materials and are used in a variety of demanding industrial applications, from blasting-equipment nozzles to space-based mirrors. But there is more to these “tough guys?than hardness alone—they have a profile of properties that are valued in a wide range of applications and are worthy of consideration for new research and product design projects. Here, we take a look at their advantages and uses.

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      • Meet the Goodfellow team: Claire Mills

        Goodfellow’s team sits at the heart of the company. Each individual employee has a big impact on the company’s day-to-day operations and overall success.In our series of meet-the-team blog posts, we speak to one member of the team about their role, expertise and opinions on scientific innovation. Today, we’re speaking to Claire Mills.

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      • THE HIGHS (not lows) of 2020

        There’s no doubt that this year has been both difficult and unpredictable. As we were preparing for year end in 2019, it’s safe to say that nobody could have predicted the events that were about to unfold over the next 12 months.That being said, there have nonetheless been highlights and moments of hope and humanity throughout this year. Here we take a look at a few of them from across the scientific and materials R&D communities.

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      • Gold ?holding its own against frankincense and myrrh

        What is the enduring appeal of Gold, both for consumers, the financial markets and industrial manufacturers?

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      • Going above and beyond: materials needed for space applications

        Here at Goodfellow, we know that each and every industry we work with is exciting and innovative, but there’s no argument that it is space travel that has captured the imagination of so many people around the world.

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      • Meet the Goodfellow Team: Ron Clawson

        Goodfellow’s team sits at the heart of the company. Each individual employee has a big impact on the company’s day-to-day operations and overall success.In our series of meet-the-team blog posts, we speak to one member of the team about their role, expertise and opinions on scientific innovation. Today, we’re speaking to Ron Clawson.

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      • Top 4 metals for high-tech nuts and bolts

        Fasteners such as nuts, bolts and washers are among the most familiar construction items used around the world, whether as part of everyday furniture construction or in more complex activities such as automotive engineering. Here, we take a look at refractory metals and the benefits they provide for complex or highly technical applications.

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      • Our Top Five 2D Single Crystals for R&D

        Two-dimensional (2D) materials - single-layer materials that consist of just one layer of atoms - have a wide range of uses in materials research and development. It is the size of such materials that affects how they behave, and therefore, their properties. In this post, we take a look at single crystals that are available to help R&D professionals create their own 2D materials.

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      • Meet the Goodfellow Team: Dr. Aphrodite Tomou

        Goodfellow’s team sits at the heart of the company. Each individual employee has a big impact on the company’s day-to-day operations and overall success. In our series of meet-the-team blog posts, we speak to one member of the team about his or her role, expertise and opinions on scientific innovation. Today, we’re speaking to Dr Aphrodite Tomou.

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      • What are the advantages of High-Density Calcium Silicate in industry?

        Industrial facilities operating high-temperature applications have come to trust High-Density Calcium Silicate sheets and rods for insulation ?and with good reason.

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      • What are the top ways of using Graphene?

        Graphene is probably one of the most celebrated scientific discoveries to earn the description of “wonder material?

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      • What are Perovskites used for?

        Perovskites are at the “forefront of materials research?because of their wide range of potential applications including solar cells, LED lights, display screens, memory devices (RAM), lasers and photodetectors.

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      • The best ways to work with reticulated foams

        Reticulated foams ?either metal, ceramic or polymer?are high-performance materials well suited to high-tech applications involving heating and cooling.

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      • Your questions answered: Li-ion batteries

        In this blog post, we answer common questions about Li-ion batteries, including what they are, why they’re so useful and the materials used to create them.

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      • How to learn and memorise the Periodic Table

        The Periodic Table is still as important today as it was when it was first created in 1869.Whether you’re a student, researcher, teacher or just have a general interest in science, understanding how the table works, even memorising certain elements of it, can be beneficial. Here, we’re providing tips and tricks on how to do just that.

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      • How to bridge the gap between R&D and engineering

        It’s important that any great material and application designs are implemented into the real-world environment to ensure everyone can benefit from such innovations. However, many scientists and researchers struggle to get a materials concept to move beyond the R&D stage and into the marketplace.

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      • Three surprising facts about Silver

        Silver is, undoubtedly, one of the most well-known precious metals in the world. While widely recognised as a base material in the production of jewellery and design, it’s also used in many scientific applications, such as the production of medical equipment and sputtering targets.

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      • A quick guide to PLA for 3D printing

        PLA is a polyester that has a wide variety of uses. In recent years, its properties such as heat resistance and workability have seen it widely used as an innovative material in 3D printing.

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      • Our top five sustainable materials

        Sustainability, reducing carbon footprints and boosting green credentials: this is something that’s on the cards for individuals and companies alike all around the world. Even when it comes to materials in science and industry, there’s a definitive focus on reducing negative impact on the environment, ultimately creating a more sustainable future for ourselves and generations to come.

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      • The new normal: how the materials science industry is responding to life during a pandemic

        Since early 2020, the Coronavirus pandemic has been making significant changes to life on a global scale. From a huge increase in working from home to operational implications across science and industry, materials science has certainly not escaped this widespread impact.

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      • Development of the Periodic Table

        Today we’re going right back to the basics, focusing on the history and development of the Periodic Table. So, whether you’re currently studying the periodic elements, or you’re an established scientist wanting to learn more about its background, read on for more information!

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      • Welcome to the Goodfellow blog

        Here at Goodfellow, we know just how useful our material and technical expertise can be. Sharing knowledge and advice is a big part of what we do for our customers and wider audiences alike.

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