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PacifiCan Funds to Support the Centre for Applied Research and Innovation

Pacific Economic Development Agency of Canada (PacifiCan), Burnaby, British Columbia,  announced over $1.9 million funding for the British Columbia Institute for Technology’s (BCIT) Centre for Applied Research and Innovation. The funds will establish AAMTECH, a 3D printing advanced additive manufacturing prototyping hub. The hub will reduce the cost to acquire and operate equipment that has been a barrier for businesses that are developing and commercializing new concepts.

MPIF Technical Board Meets to Review Las Vegas Papers

The MPIF Tech Board met recently to review and select the Outstanding Technical Paper Awards from PowderMet2023 and AMPM2023 conferences that were held in Las Vegas. The final review is part of a thorough vetting process that includes review by the session chair, assigned reviewers, and Tech Board members.

Las Vegas Welcomes the PM Industry Continues

The powder metallurgy (PM) industry was the brightest light on the famous Las Vegas Strip during PowderMet2023 and AMPM2023 at Caesars Palace. During the Opening General Session APMI International and the Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) honored several distinguished members of the PM community.

2023 Conference Co-Chairs


ASA’s Electric Motor at the Heart of Mercedes-Benz’s Vision One-Eleven

Mercedes-Benz is showcasing the future of electric performance motors in the new Mercedes-Benz Vision One-Eleven concept car, unveiled at the International Design Centre in Carlsbad, California.  Paying homage to a 70s icon, the C111, the concept Mercedes-Benz Vision One-Eleven features YASA’s unique axial-flux electric motors, a powder metallurgy soft magnetic composite (SMC) opportunity, is paving the way for a new era of innovative design engineering and high-performance electric driving experiences.

Researchers win Emerald Literati Award for proving Additive Manufacturing material kills Covid-19

The successful collaboration project found that an additively manufactured antiviral copper-tungsten-silver (Cu-W-Ag) material killed 100% of the Covid-19 virus (Courtesy University of Wolverhampton)

Researchers at the University of Wolverhampton have been announced as the winners of the Emerald Literati Award 2022, recognized for their contribution to ‘outstanding scholarly research’ after their successful collaboration project found that an additively manufactured antiviral copper-tungsten-silver (Cu-W-Ag) material kills 100% of the Covid-19 virus.