The National Manufacturing Institute Scotland and the world’s largest aerospace company have officially opened a new research and development facility within the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District Scotland.
A virtual reality (VR) video gaming platform, developed by Scottish academic and engineering experts from University of Strathclyde and the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS), could reduce rehabilitation time for patients with stroke, dystonia and sports injuries by 30%.
The University of Strathclyde, the operator of the NMIS, has announced that it’s forming a partnership with North Ayrshire Council and CPI to help future proof key process manufacturing industries, such as pharmaceuticals, food and drink and chemical products.
The National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS) has announced the formation of a new network that brings together leading Scottish research and innovation, education, and training providers to help unlock manufacturing innovation and drive growth in the sector across the country.
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