Manufacturing SMEs in the SEMLEP region have been invited to a free event on the subject of graphene and the future of composites at Cranfield University on February 28.
This event will give those attending an opportunity to learn about the latest developments in graphene and composites. Attendees will learn about how the very latest in technology can be utilised in their business and opportunities for future funded research collaboration.
With its advanced design and manufacturing capability, the pioneering Enhanced Composites and Structures Centre at Cranfield University is an established partner to manufacturers and the members of their supply chains through short courses, consultancy and research. The Centre investigates and develops materials and processing technology for lightweight and efficient structures and combines an expertise in low cost manufacturing with modelling, simulation and structural health monitoring technologies.
This event is being run as part of the IMAGE (Innovation in Manufacturing, Aerospace and Green Economy) programme.
IMAGE is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund for the next two years and will see hundreds of businesses across the region given access to the research, know-how and resource based at Cranfield University, the University of Bedfordshire and other universities in the South East Midlands region.
For more information and free tickets, click HERE.