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Some people collect stamps, others collect elements.
Themes: Engineering, Materials
Making metal to forward flight.
The thinnest yet strongest material known to man.
Lighting a match with water.
How and why do some liquids leap?
Themes: Materials, Technology
LCD in 3D
Dr Gabrielle Walker demonstrates the unique properites of ice.
Themes: Materials, Space & Time
Experimenting with diffraction patterns.
Andy attempts to freeze Argon.
Themes: Natural World, Engineering, Environment, Materials
The structure a humble butterfly wing is informing the development of cutting-edge metamaterials.
A celebration of the Royal Institution’s scientific heritage through a series of demonstrations and pioneering experiments.
Themes: Natural World, Materials
Mark Miodownik explores the materials science of animal size in the first of his Ri Christmas Lectures.
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