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News and Case Studies
Sheffield spin-out set to commercialise microbial engineering technology to meet global biomanufacturing needs
Engineers from the University of Sheffield are commercialising microbial engineering technology, as part of a pioneering new spin-out company to meet global biomanufacturing needs.
Next gen materials to boost UK manufacturing set to be produced by new research centre
The next generation of materials to meet the needs of UK manufacturing are set to be developed by a new state-of-the-art research centre newly opened in 2022.
Research Centre to boost UK manufacturing
Digital twins for high-value components
A group of researchers at the University of Sheffield, including MAPP Theme Lead, Prof. Martin Jackson, and the UK’s Advanced Forming Research Centre explore Digital Twins role in forging high-value components in a recent Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining article.
Read the IoM3 article
Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC)
The Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre with Boeing is a world-class centre for advanced machining and materials research for aerospace and other high-value manufacturing sectors.
Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (NAMRC)
The Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre helps UK companies win work across the nuclear sector – in new build, operations and decommissioning – and in other high-value manufacturing industries.
Manufacture using Advanced Powder Processes Hub
MAPP delivers on the promise of powder-based manufacturing to provide low energy, low cost, and low waste high value manufacturing routes and products to secure UK manufacturing productivity and growth.
Future Electrical Machines Manufacturing Hub
Putting UK manufacturing at the forefront of the electrification revolution. The Hub will address key manufacturing challenges in the production of high value electrical machines for the aerospace, energy, automotive and premium consumer sectors.