Composites & Materials Seminar

Tuesday, 25 Feb 2020

Bristol, UK

Join InterEngineering, Arup and the NCC for a free evening seminar on composites and materials, taking place on Tuesday 25 February 2020 from 18:30 - 21:00.

This cross-sector event is kindly hosted by Arup in their Bristol offices (63 Saint Thomas Street, BS1 6JZ) and will explore topics such as sustainability, design and applications from the aerospace industry all the way through to the built environment.

Refreshments will be provided for the evening, courtesy of the Royal Academy of Engineering.

Meet the NCC

Our Research Engineers Annabel Fitzgerald and Filippo Dionisi are speaking at this event. 

 

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