Materials Science

Materials technology begins with the production of goods from raw materials which are used in engineering, to the processing of those materials into ways that can be used for specific functions.

Materials is the umbrella term for useful products like metals, plastics and ceramics, which typically have completely different properties, meaning knowing how to make and use them requires a range of skills.

University of Birmingham

UK, UAE

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Georgia Institute of Technology

USA

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Carl Benz School of Engineering at KIT

Germany

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Michigan State University

USA

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Northeastern University

USA

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Queen Mary, University of London

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UK

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USA

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Boston University

USA

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Imperial College London

UK

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University of Leeds

UK

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University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

USA

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University of Nottingham

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Rutgers University

USA

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University of Toronto

Canada

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University of Wisconsin-Madison

USA

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University of Exeter

UK

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Johns Hopkins University

USA

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University of Manchester

UK

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New York University

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University of Pittsburgh

USA

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University of Southern California (USC)

USA

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