Led by NXP Semiconductors UK Ltd, partners include Manchester University’s Power Conversion Group and Liverpool University’s Materials & Structures Centre
Fuel cells are a leading contender in the battle to find green, emissions-free power sources.
ACAL Energy has developed a liquid regenerating fuel cell technology which replaces the conventional platinum catalyst.
Croda is a speciality chemicals company founded in 1925. Its ingredients and technologies are found in many well-known industries and consumer products.
The company’s Flamtard range of products forms the link between William Blythe Ltd and University of Bolton.
To accelerate and support development of new ways of designing, improving and manufacturing products
STFC scientists will be using their world-class capabilities in modelling and simulation to develop new software tools
Fire protection with integrated wireless sensor technology will allow for better management of fires, thereby saving lives and protecting physical assets.
Partners in this Innovate UK-funded project are NetComposites, Sam Weller & Sons, Exel Composites, Drake Extrusions Tilsatec and the University of Bolton.
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