DoITPoMS — Dissemination of IT for the Promotion of Materials Science

DoITPoMS — Dissemination of IT for the Promotion of Materials Science

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DoITPoMS provides free materials science education resources designed to support educators and undergraduate-level learners.

Our DoITPoMS website has extensive reach, being widely used by those working and studying science and engineering across the globe. DoITPoMS resources support undergraduate-level learning in particular but the resources are equally valuable to the wider materials science community, from secondary school and college teachers to industry leaders. The resources are designed to build knowledge and understanding via the interactive media within them, bringing textbook content to life.

A global reputation

DoITPoMS has a global reputation within the materials science community and is used by students and their educators to support learning around the world. In 2021, half a million users, in many cases focused in areas of the world with a strong reputation for materials science, visited the site.

DoITPoMS online materials are free and open to everyone but require significant investment in time and expertise to create. We receive no government or direct university funding — our work is supported by donations and grants from organisations and individuals who share our commitment to making a positive difference to materials science learners worldwide.

Find out more at www.doitpoms.ac.uk

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Jasmine Aslan

Associate Director — School of Physical Sciences

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The Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy plays a central and major role in research and teaching in materials science.