2D Reactive Inks: Additive Manufacturing's Next Move
Writing in Materials World magazine, Dr Kate Black explains why using 2D reactive inks to develop functional materials could be a game changer for additive manufacturing technology.
Harnessing Innovation 4.0 to Transform Academic and Industrial R&D
Writing in The Manufacturer, Professor Matt Reed explains how laboratory-based R&D is being digitally transformed through robotics, automation, and high-performance computing.
Materials Today Lab Profile: Dr Kate Black
Speaking to Materials Today, Dr Kate Black discusses her research developing novel technologies and inks for next generation production methods that could be cheaper, less wasteful and greener.
Developing Covid-19-Resilient Virtual Laboratories
Speaking to E&T Magazine, Professor Matt Reed explains how he is spearheading a project to harness Industry 4.0 to create ‘Covid-19-resilient virtual laboratories’ for both academic research and industrial R&D.
Driving a Design Revolution for Functional Materials at the Atomic Scale
Speaking to the Leverhulme Trust, Professor Andy Cooper explains how the Leverhulme Research Centre for Functional Materials Design is driving a design revolution for functional materials at the atomic scale.
Innovation 4.0: Inside the First Knowledge Economy
Writing in the New Statesman, Professor Matt Reed outlines the importance of once again putting translational research at the heart of the North West to accelerate economic growth.