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The 2018 UK Advanced Materials Research Exchange & Investor Showcase to Highlight Future Growth

The 2018 Materials Research Exchange & Investor Showcase (MRE2018) taking place on March 12 and 13, 2018 at the Business Design Centre in London will provide an excellent platform to develop commercial success of UK-generated...

Leybold Promote Scrollvac Plus Vacuum Pumps As Flexible, Robust, and Low-Maintenance


Users in research and industry increasingly rely on dry and robust vacuum solutions, which will also provide flexibility of use. With the modernized, air-cooled Scrollvac plus, Leybold offers an new uncomplicated, reliable fore vacuum...

New Composites Sharing Site Aims to Reduce Waste and Support Composite Materials Research

Composite materials hold great advantages for many industries but their short shelf life can result in large quantities of waste and their high cost and long lead time make sourcing materials for research difficult. Dr...

Techlan Featured in White Paper for Composites as a Sustainable Solution

Techlan has featured in its first white paper looking at composites within the scope of the emerging circular economy that endeavours to fit material cycles into the various biological and technological cycles, thereby keeping the...

The Composites Innovation Cluster Celebrates its Success at Westminster Event

After five years of work with a total spend of £22m, revolutionising the lightweighting of composites, the Composites Innovation Cluster (CiC) came to a close on 17th November 2016 with a high-profile event in Westminster,...

AEP Polymers Enable Sustainable Performance for the Composites Industry via Collaborative Projects

AEP Polymers (AEP) is an innovation based company that acts as the missing link between basic R&D and industrial applications. It says it develops novel bio-based polymers and formulations, validating them in real industrial applications,...

Oxford Advanced Surfaces Wins Grant to Conduct Rescued Carbon Fibre Study

Oxford Advanced Surfaces (OAS) has been awarded a £233,000 grant by Innovate UK to develop new surface treatments that can be used to create new lightweight composites from rescued carbon fibre.

The grant supports the...


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