Materials and Manufacturing
The Materials and Manufacturing research group exploits the commercial benefits of new materials, innovative new products and high value, low-carbon processes.
The £2.6M Centre benefits businesses through innovative manufacturing.
It has established an array of leading-edge machinery including 3D printing, Laser Sintering, Laser Melting, and deposition/extrusion processes.
The Centre for Graphene Science is undertaking cutting-edge research into graphene.
Through the collaboration this is enabling distinct areas of investigation (large area graphene production, advanced lithographic techniques for device fabrication and nanofabrication) to advance faster through shared learning and facilities.
The Centre is a partnership between University of Bath and University of Exeter
CSM has has an international reputation for its understanding and management of the Earth’s natural processes, resources (minerals, hydrocarbons, energy) and the environment.
X-AT provide a dedicated link between academia and industry, offering access to the wealth of expertise and facilities within the University to develop innovative solutions. Partner organisations include Airbus, MCP Group and BAE Systems.
This new £12M Centre will act as a hub of international and industrial collaborations, training scientists and engineers to transform the development and exploitation of electromagnetic metamaterials.
The Centre has been funded through the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council and will take PhD students from October 2014.
This £1.8m Centre provides companies, involved with composites and plastics, access to expertise, advice and technology to help improve processes and products.