To celebrate National Women in Engineering Day, Knowledge Quarter’s partner IoM3 offers a free download of the Materials World app June issue, a must-have app for engineers and those working or studying in the sciences. The June issue includes extra content including an extended interview transcript with Scientists for Britain co-founder David Banks, on how the upcoming EU referendum could impact on UK R&D and we look at the careers and achievements of some of our women Fellows, including Professor the Baroness Brown of Cambridge, Julia King.
Don’t miss the app-exclusive MW+ article where Rhiannon Garth Jones explores the effectiveness of offshore regulation changes, six years after the blowout preventer final check failure at BP’s Macondo well in the Gulf of Mexico.
Members of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining will get Materials World as an app version absolutely free. Non-members can subscribe from just £3.33 per issue. The app is available to download from iTunes (for apple devices), Google play (for android devices) and on the KindleFire.
Every month, the Materials World app brings you news, special reports and in-depth features on everything from mining and extraction, through processing and application, to recycling and recovery.
Go to the appropriate app store listed above and download the app. When prompted, enter the following log in details.
Membership number: 2306
This code is active from 22 June–24 June.