Design, Online: Goodfellow - Ground-breaking Materials for Advanced Technologies

August 25, 2020, 3:30 PM BST
Dr. Aphrodite Tomou, Technical Manager
This webinar is part of the latest Eureka! event: 'Design, Online', a series of five webinars hosted by leading technology companies across two days.

Goodfellow is unique in offering a comprehensive range of Metals, Alloys, Ceramics, Glasses, Polymers, Compounds, Composites and other advanced materials to meet the research, development and specialist production requirements of science and industry worldwide.

As researchers and industry sectors explore the fascinating world of materials, there is an ongoing requirement for continuous improvement and innovative solutions in numerous applications.

However, concerns regarding the environmental degradation and pollution are growing.

Goodfellow by combining the above fundamental requirements and realising that the use of sustainable and recyclable products or processes will benefit future generations; is presenting a representative range of materials which will fulfil the above criteria.

Goodfellow supplies advanced materials such as metal foams, while being lightweight are reducing energy consumption in a range of applications; Machinable Ceramics offering unique solutions to technical problems and demanding applications; Perovskites used as multilayer capacitors in fuel cells, solar cells, next-generation display screens, LEDs for efficient longer lasting lighting components; Lithium compounds used in lithium-ion rechargeable batteries having a low maintenance and high energy densities; Nanomaterials and recyclable or biodegradable Polymers leading to waste reduction, energy consumption, air and water quality improvement and eventually more renewable energy sources.

Join us to learn about a wide range of materials such as:

  • Sustainable Metal Materials and their Applications
  • Nanomaterials and Composites and their High-end Applications
  • Machinable Ceramic and Engineering Applications
  • Biodegradable Polymers and their Applications
  • Compounds used in the Latest Technologies