Zaha Hadid Architects’ new 207-metre Beijing skyscraper, Leeza Soho, features a twisting, steel-formed atrium space, which will be the tallest in the world once completed.
From high-speed intercontinental journeys to the daily commute on the metro, steel will be powering the sustainable transport systems of the future.
World crude steel production for the 67 countries reporting to worldsteel was 143.3 million tonnes (Mt) in May 2017, a 2.0% increase compared to May 2016.
Small modular nuclear reactors with steel at their core could offer a more cost-effective, dependable and scalable method of power generation than traditional power plants.
worldsteel has published the 2017 edition of World Steel in Figures. The publication provides a comprehensive overview of steel industry activities.
A cutting-edge space telescope built from steel tubes could help predict devastating solar storms.
Åsa Ekdahl, worldsteel's Head of Environment and Climate Change, discusses the implications of carbon costing following a workshop in Brussels, Belgium earlier this month.
World crude steel production for the 67 countries reporting to worldsteel was 142.1 million tonnes (Mt) in April 2017, a 5.0% increase compared to April 2016.
Composite metal foam developers are producing lightweight steel structures so strong they can turn bullets to dust-like shards on impact.
Our Head of Raw Materials, Baris Çiftçi, assesses the global availability of scrap and the potential impact of innovative steelmaking technologies.
Today is Steel Safety Day. Steel Safety Day sets out to create a safer working environment across the entire steel industry.