This January CoatingsPro Magazine celebrates fifteen years of covering industry trends, technological breakthroughs, and the people, products, and solutions that the high performance coatings industry relies on.
NACE International, The Corrosion Society, applauds Congress for its bipartisan passage of the Water Resources Development Act of 2016.
NACE International has selected Kavi Workspace to streamline the standards development process and enhance collaboration within its member committees.
After a rigorous audit, which included an administrative review and on-site audit, Turner Industries has earned accreditation from the NACE International Institute Contractor Accreditation Program (NIICAP).
Publisher Promotion & Fulfillment (PPF), a division of EBSCO Information Services, will provide subscription fulfillment services for institutions and agencies for the publications of NACE International, including CORROSION journal and Materials Performance Magazine.
NACE International has launched a new program to provide its members with a way to find volunteering opportunities that support the activities of the association and fit with their personal interests and preferences.
HOUSTON, TX - Registration for the second annual University Student Design and Applied Solutions Competition (USDASC) is now open to undergraduate and graduate students in the fields of robotics, engineering, and design from universities and military academies around the world.
After nearly fifteen years as the coatings industry’s leading source for valuable and timely news and industry insight, CoatingsPro Magazine has launched a new awards program to showcase the projects and crews that demonstrate excellence in the field of high-performance coatings. Winners will be announced at NACE International’s CORROSION 2017 Conference and Expo in New Orleans, Louisiana on “Contractor’s Day,” Tuesday, March 28, 2017.
A blue-ribbon coalition of fifty-six leading U.S. nonpartisan organizations, representing more than 10 million scientists and engineers, are calling on U.S. Presidential candidates to address a set of twenty major issues in science, engineering, health and the environment, and encouraging journalists and voters to press the candidates on them during the 2016 U.S. Presidential election season.
NACE international is pleased to announce it is awarding a seed grant of $30,000 for a research project by Brendy C. Rincon Troconis of The University of Texas at San Antonio’s (UTSA) Department of Mechanical Engineering. Troconis’ proposal, “Effect of Passive Film Composition on the Electrochemical Behavior and Cracking of Corrosion Resistant Alloys Utilizing Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy,” seeks to resolve issues caused by the unique conditions of downhole applications in oil wells.
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