Scottish and Australian researchers have struck a new agreement to strengthen collaboration on modern manufacturing methods that could be adapted to shipbuilding and marine operations underway in both hemispheres.
The UK’s forging and forming community is set to benefit from a unique pathway to cutting edge equipment and world class academic expertise from both north and south of the border, thanks to a new partnership between two world leading research organisations.
A pioneering new project to develop Britain's first wind turbine blade recycling pilot plant and save millions of tonnes of waste has kicked off with a visit to the Lightweight Manufacturing Centre (LMC) – a specialist centre within the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS) Group.
The University of Strathclyde and Renewable Parts have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to further advance the UK’s ability to remanufacture and refurbish wind turbine components. As part of the MoU, both organisations will identify opportunities in the UK market to enhance the sustainability of the supply chain for…
The University of Strathclyde is a partner in the Arrol Gibb Innovation Campus, a global centre of excellence aiming to transform large-scale manufacturing through innovation and skills development in the south-east of Scotland.
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