Event

Materials Research Exchange 2022

Tuesday, 04 - Wednesday, 05 Oct 2022

London

Materials Research Exchange (MRE) 2022 will be taking place 4th – 5th October 2022 and will be delivered as face to face with potential virtual add-on for selected seminars. The event is organised and run by Innovate UK KTN and Innovate UK, taking place at the Business Design Centre in London and will be full of new insights about what materials research and innovations are taking place to help the UK recover, become more resilient and grow.

Daniel Galpin, Advanced Research Engineer at the National Composites Centre will be presenting, “Composite materials for the hydrogen economy – opportunities and challenges” on 5th October at the event. 

Matt Scott, Capability Chief Engineer, will also be presenting on 5th October, as part of the Future Funding Opportunities session in the afternoon. 

 

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