New Materials: Fundamental to Growth

After a successful event where over 100 delegates attended and speakers discussed the latest on New Materials Innovation, you can now access the presentations by clicking the link.

New Materials: Fundamental to Growth Will Barton, Technology Strategy Board

New Materials to Drive Innovation for Rebuilding the UK Supply Chain  Ian Shott, Chemistry Growth Partnership

EPSRC – The Research Council for Growth Clive Hayter, EPSRC

Innovation in High Performance Polymers  John Grasmeder, Victrex

Chemistry in Action in Electrochemical Systems to Meet Energy needs Andy Creeth, ACAL Energy

Innovation in Materials Processing for Power Electronics  Julian Humphreys, NXP Semiconductors

Event

The UK is driving innovation in key industrial sectors and strengthening supply chains by harnessing the power of world leading research in chemistry and advanced materials to develop the new materials of the future. New Materials: Fundamental to Growth will demonstrate how collaborative R&D enabled by the Knowledge Centre for Materials Chemistry is delivering economic impact in a number of key UK industry sectors.

An exhibition and speaker programme  demonstrated the UK’s expertise in universities, government research laboratories, private sector research departments and innovative SMEs that deliver new products and services to drive the UK economy.

Held at Church House, Westminster, London on 5 December 2013

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