Innovators in the fields of fuel, steel and aviation reveal how a low-carbon jet fuel made with steel waste gases could revolutionise air travel.
The conference will be held from 29 May to 1 June 2017 in Düsseldorf, Germany and will bring together the key players of the steel construction value chain.
World crude steel production for the 67 countries reporting to worldsteel was 145.0 million tonnes (Mt) in March 2017, a 4.6% increase compared to March 2016.
worldsteel today released its Short Range Outlook (SRO) for 2017 and 2018. worldsteel forecasts that global steel demand will increase by 1.3% to 1,535.2 Mt in 2017.
Dr Nae Hee Han, worldsteel Director, Economic Studies and Statistics explains the intricate relationship between steel demand growth and GDP growth.
Japan’s national aerospace agency has developed an innovative solution to planet Earth’s serious space debris problem. It is a common assumption that space is mostly empty. But is it really the case?
worldsteel today announced the new world champions of the 11th steelChallenge. The championship took place in Beijing, China on 11 April 2017.
Five student and five industry champions took part in today's steelChallenge-11. Learn more about the participants and the exciting event itself in a blog by steeluniversity Director, Scott Chubbs.
Once considered inaccessible, the Arctic is now being opened up by icebreakers; a little-known class of advanced ships that are shaping the region’s geographical and geopolitical landscape.
Automotive industry innovators are developing advanced high-strength steels that deliver on lightweighting, strength, versatility, eco-efficiency and affordability.
worldsteel holds its 4th Steel Safety Day on Friday, 28 April 2017. Steel Safety Day sets out to create a safer working environment across the entire steel industry.