The NCC was delighted to host The LRF Contribution to the Business Awards event for the second year running last week.
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This annual event is primarily a showcase for Sheffield-based businesses to attract overseas investors to their region. Held this year at the new Apprentice Training Centre on the Advanced Manufacturing Park across the road from the AMRC it attracted many of the small businesses close by and engaged with the High Value Manufacturing Catapult.
We are pleased to confirm that the sixth round of the Regional Growth Fund was officially launched earlier this month.
The Regional Growth Fund (RGF) is a competitive £3.2 billion Government fund operating across England to:
On Tuesday 22nd July 2014, at 11am, the National Composites Centre will be welcoming Anoush Poursartip, Director of the Composites Research Network and Professor of the Department of Materials Engineering at The University of British Columbia, Canada.
On Monday 11th August 2014, the National Composites Centre will be hosting a seminar presented by Dr. Sayata Ghose on Polyimide composites.
Nigel Keen from the NCC Business Support Team attended a Marine Scoping Workshop held on Monday 16th June at the BIS offices in Westminster. The meeting was very well attended, and the workshop outputs will provide TSB with more detail on key technology challenges, solutions, UK capability to deliver them, and relevant importance and timing. The TSB reported back on the previous roadmap outcomes from the All at Sea II event last November, and Nigel was pleased to see Composites Technologies scored second on the list of key topics.
We are pleased to say that a further £100m is available under the AMSCI programme and it is now open for new applications.
See press release issued earlier this week here, which also has the links to the competition website and application forms etc.
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The Technology Strategy Board is to invest £6m in collaborative R&D projects and feasibility studies to accelerate the proving and commercial application of a wide range of recent or emerging manufacturing technologies involving mechanical conversion processes such as machining, casting, forging, moulding and joining. With the installation of the new press-based technology at the NCC offering high speed composites production, this competition is a fantastic opportunity to collaborate in these emerging techniques.
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