Press Article: “Giant step for space exploration as hi-tech metals firm creates oxygen from moon rock – scientists at a hi-tech metals firm near Sheffield are over the moon after a breakthrough that could pave the way to 3D printed bases on new planets.”https://www.thestar.co.uk/business/giant-step-for-space-exploration-as-hi-tech-metals-firm-creates-oxygen-from-moon-rock-3334292
Metalysis project entitled ‘The Metalysis FFC Process for Extra-Terrestrial Oxygen Production from In-Situ Resource Utilisation (ISRU)’ has been featured in Materials Today. "An initial proof of concept study of Metalysis’ process resulted in a material with 96% of the total oxygen successfully extracted, for potential use in propellants and life support consumables, and a mixed metal alloy product that can,...Read More
Metalysis was featured in an article in the Institution of Mechanical Engineers magazine Professional Engineering, entitled “Mining The Moon – The Next Frontier for Engineering Innovation”.
The acticle can be accessed via the following link:
FEATURE: Mining the Moon – the next frontier for engineering innovation (imeche.org)https://www.imeche.org/news/news-article/mining-the-moon-the-next-frontier-for-engineering-innovation
ESA and Metalysis announce team Malt as winner of the first phase of the Grand Challenge to develop innovative techniques for future lunar settlements. Metalysis is thanking everyone who participated in this challenge and helped make it a success! “ESA’s Grand Challenge fosters New Space initiatives in Europe and this brings us into contact with dynamic start-up companies such as…
CAREER : PRODUCTION OPERATIVE VACANCY Metalysis is currently recruiting for enthusiastic, passionate, and driven individuals to be involved in a unique opportunity, operating our Pilot and Production scale metal powder production units. Your role will include the running and maintenance of equipment to operating parameters set by the process owners, for the manufacture of specialised metal powders and alloys, including...Read More
Metalysis have recently held a mid-term workshop with the competing teams, who have entered the Metalysis – ESA Grand Challenge. The article can be accessed via the ESA link.