Leonardo da Vinci: the first systematic study of frictionMonday 9 May 2016
Friction is immensely important to us – without it, for example, we could not walk or even crawl – yet it is only 50 years since a special word – ‘tribology’ – was first coined to describe its study.
Liquid assetsThursday 24 March 2016
Understanding fluids and their behaviour is key to developing new manufacturing processes and a wide range of applications. Professor Ian Hutchings, Head of the Inkjet Research Centre, and Dr Ronan Daly, Head of the Fluids in Advanced Manufacturing Group, explain how the IfM’s research in this area has evolved over the last ten years – and where they see it heading.
Inkjet Research Centre is part of a new collaborative research centreFriday 31 August 2012
The IfM's Inkjet Research Centre is a partner in the KACST-Cambridge Research Centre, studying the application of inkjet technology in additive manufacturing.
Solved: one of the ink-jet printing industry's greatest challengesWednesday 28 March 2012
Scientists at the IfM have developed a method for predicting whether a filament of fluid will condense along its length into a single droplet, or collapse into multiple droplets.
Ian Hutchings awarded the Staudinger-Durrer Prize and MedalTuesday 3 July 2007
Professor Ian Hutchings, GKN Professor of Manufacturing Engineering at the IfM, gave the Staudinger-Durrer lecture at the ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich) where he was awarded the Staudinger-Durrer Prize and Medal.
IfM research associate wins Epson Photography Competition at the Department of EngineeringMonday 5 June 2006
IfM research associate Dr Steve Hoath from the Production Processes Group has won the Epson Photography Competition.
EPSRC awards £2m for major university/industry collaboration in the ink jet sectorFriday 22 October 2004
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) has awarded a new research grant of just under £2m to a major university/industry collaboration in the ink jet sector.