Monthly Archives: March 2017

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SCIENCE CASE STUDY: Wear-Resistant Anti-Bacterial Titanium Surfaces

External fracture fixation is a common orthopaedic procedure that is used increasingly in a variety of trauma settings. Titanium self-drilling/self-tapping Schanz pins offer a one-step insertion where pre-drilling is not required because the self-drilling tip acts like a new, sharp drill bit. However, pin track infection is a common complication in external fixation systems with [...]

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USER CASE STUDY: Rolls Royce PLC

USER CASE STUDY: Paul Withey (Rolls Royce PLC)  “In order to remain competitive in the aerospace engine market, investment into both cutting-edge research and new engineering talent is needed. The Innovative metals processing CDT provides Rolls Royce with the opportunity to streamline investment for maximum return. This research is a promising project with the potential [...]

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Superalloy Springs

I graduated in 2011 with a 2.1 BSc in Physics from Loughborough University. I had always had an interest in materials science and wanted to move into an academic career. I joined the CDT in 2014 and was particularly drawn to the taught component of the first year. Having been very interested in materials science, [...]

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IMPaCT Students Showcasing work at the East Midlands Materials Society (EMMS)

From left to right: Adam, Andrew, Huan and Leandro   Students from the Centre for Doctoral Training in Innovative Metal Processing (IMPaCT) at the University of Leicester’s Engineering department have been showcasing their work as the local East Midlands Materials Society (EMMS) to an audience from multiple universities on the 15th March 2017. [...]

By | March 16th, 2017|News|0 Comments
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